League Two

January 1, 2013


Wycombe Wanderers

0 - 1

Exeter City

League Two

15:00 +00:00, January 1, 2013

Adams Park, England

Referee: A Davies

Chairboys receive Grant boost

Team Stat Comparison

Wycombe Wanderers Exeter City
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 15 10
Points 60 64
Goal Difference -10 1
Goals for * 1.2 1.5
Goals against * 1.0 1.6
Last 5 D-L-D-W-L L-L-D-L-L
Last 5 home D-D-W-L-D L-L-L-W-D
Last 5 away L-L-W-W-L L-D-L-L-D
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Wycombe Wanderers | Exeter City

Competition Stats

Wycombe Wanderers Exeter City
Goals Matt McClure 11 Jamie Cureton 21
Assists Josh Scowen 6
Yellows Josh Scowen 14 Danny Coles 9
Reds Joel Grant 1 Mark Molesley 1
Squads: Wycombe Wanderers | Exeter City

Next Matches

Wycombe Wanderers Exeter City
4/26 H: Bristol Rovers 4/26 H: Scunthorpe United
5/3 A: Torquay United 5/3 A: Hartlepool United

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth will be boosted by the return of striker Joel Grant for the New Year's Day clash with Exeter.

Ainsworth was only able to name six substitutes in the win at Plymouth on Saturday with as many as 11 players missing so the return of the 25-year-old, who has scored seven times this season, will be a welcome one.

Charles Dunne, (foot) Josh Scowen, Dave Winfield and Dean Morgan (all hamstring) missed out against Argyle but Anthony Stewart replaced Dunne for his first start in seven weeks.

Gary Doherty (back) is five weeks away from a return so 17-year-old Kortney Hause will continue at the heart of the Chairboys defence.

Charlton loanee Ade Azeez played last 20 minutes against Plymouth having missed the previous three games with a hamstring injury but his loan spell at Adams Park is due to expire after the clash with the Grecians.

Exeter midfielder Liam Sercombe will miss the trip after suffering a broken ankle in the Grecians' 2-2 draw with Barnet on Saturday.

The 22-year-old, who has been a regular in the side for the last five seasons, tweeted the news that he will be in a cast for six weeks and described himself as `gutted' after being told of his ankle break.

The City youth product was taken off after 54 minutes against Edgar Davids' men with the injury and was replaced by Aaron Dawson - who could get the nod to make his third start for the club at Adams Park.

Midfielder Arron Davies made his return from injury as a late substitute and is an option for Paul Tisdale who could also recall top scorer Jamie Cureton.

City have one of the best away records in the division, having won seven of their 11 matches on the road.