Despite playing well Wycombe had to settle for a goalless draw this Saturday when they met Bury at Adams Park.
Entertainment was aplenty but shots on goal were not. Of the Blues ten shots on goal only three were on target, Bury on the other hand only had two of their six shots at goal on target which sums up the match perfectly.
Starting with the same line up that drew 0-0 with York last week Wycombe almost conceded in the open few minutes of the game when, from a corner, Andrew Tutte curled an effort against the crossbar almost putting Bury in the lead. A few moments later Paris Cowan-Hall managed to get into the Bury but his shot was wide.
The Wanderers started the match the stronger team but Bury’s confidence grew and with thirty six minutes on the clock almost scored but Danny Mayor’s low drive was safely kept out by Matt Ingram in the Wycombe goal.
A head injury to Steven Craig around sixty minutes into the game caused a delay in play of eleven minutes. Craig was subsequently replaced by Matt McClure who made his 100th appearance for Wycombe.
In the eleven minutes stoppage time added on for Steven Craig’s treatment Wanderers had two shots on target in seconds but the crossbar stood between them and the goal which eluded them all match.
In the dying seconds of the game both Murphy and McClure had the opportunity to score but could only manage to hit the wood work.
Throughout the match Wycombe had possession for 47% of the time however they committed fourteen fouls to Bury’s five.
The attendance was 3,483 with 321 Bury supporters.