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Wycombe Wanderers 3-3 Cheltenham Town

| October 28, 2017

Cheltenham Town were the visitors at Adams Park on Saturday 29th October 2017 for a League Two match with Wycombe Wanderers.

Wycombe made a positive start to the match. In the eighteenth minute a shot by Nick Freeman was blocked, a minute later Joe Jacobson shot over the goal and in the twenty first minute a shot by Adebayo Akinfenwa was too high.

However a minute later, in the twenty second minute, Brian Graham gave the visitors the lead with a close range left footed shot which found the bottom right corner of the Wycombe goal.

Both sides kept pressing on but at half time Cheltenham were still leading by a single goal.

Wycombe started the second half positively. In the third minute of the second half Eberechi Eze levelled the score with a right footed shot from the centre of the box. Two minutes later Adebayo Akinfenwa scored a second for Wycombe with a shot which found the bottom left corner of the Cheltenham goal.

In the sixty second minute Adebayo Akinfenwa scored a third goal for Wycombe giving the hosts what seemed like an unassailable lead.

However the visitors fought back and Carl Winchester scored a second for Cheltenham putting them back in the match. It was looking like Wycombe would win however in the eighty ninth minute Cheltenham drew level when Brian Graham shot from the left side of the six yard box with the ball finding the bottom left corner of the Wycombe goal.

What looked like a victory for Wycombe turned out to be a draw, but a very exciting draw with plenty of goals.

During the game Wycombe managed 55% possession, of their sixteen attempts on goal six were on target. Cheltenham placed seven of their thirteen attempts on goal on the target. The match saw twenty four fouls, fourteen by Wycombe players and ten by Cheltenham.

Following today’s game Wycombe slip to seventh in League Two with twenty seven points from sixteen games.

The attendance at Adams Park was 4,165.

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