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A clever ball behind the defence from Jordan Roberts allowed Oxford old boy Kane Hemmings to race away down the right. His cross was inch perfect and Reid did the rest with a simple finish past the exposed James Beadle. Time for stout hearts and bravery, but rather than battle their way back and lump the ball forward, United stuck to the gameplan and played their way back into the game. On 23 minutes they were level through Leigh’s second goal since joining from Ipswich. Fin Stevens and Ruben Rodrigues had both gone close with headers when a Billy Bodin header crashed back off the bar. Leigh reacted first and United were level. During the last 16 meetings, Stevenage FC have won 6 times, there have been 4 draws while Wycombe Wanderers have won 6 times. The goal difference is 17-15 in favour of Stevenage FC. Wycombe Wanderers's last away win against Stevenage FC was in 2014. Statistics 2 Wins 0 Draws 3 Wins 5 played Football League Trophy standings STE League Cup Football League Trophy League One FA Cup League Two Top Scorers Football League Trophy 23/24 WYC There are no top scorers available for this team There are no top scorers available for this team Odds Bookmakers Move Fezbet 1. 90 3. 40 3. Lincoln City vs Wycombe Wanderers on 12 Aug 23 - Match CentreCity stormed to victory in the first home league match of the season thanks to second-half goals from Reeco Hackett, Ted Bishop and Danny Mandroiu. The Imps got the game underway but the first chance of the game came for Wycombe. The hosts found themselves three on one from close range but some excellent last ditch defending from City kept the score level. Another chance for Wycombe came early, but Lukas Jensen easily caught a header from Luke Leahy following a well delivered set-piece. A spell of possession for City with some neat play eventually found Mandroiu, who fired over the bar from 25 yards. Mandroiu was at the heart of City’s attacking play once again, and found Hackett on the right wing, but the latter could only fire his shot into Stryjek’s gloves. The Imps were on top and searching for an opener, a teasing ball into the box from Sorensen found Brown, but the summer arrival couldn’t keep his free header down. City found their opener in the 67th minute. Mandroiu put a pinpoint cross into the area, which was turned home by Hackett from close range to net his first goal for the Imps. It wasn’t long until Mark Kennedy's side found their second of the game, Mandroiu was once again causing problems for City and his cross was smashed home by substitute Ted Bishop at the near post. The visitors nearly got a goal back but an outstanding defensive header from Walker kept the ball out of the net. The game then became much more even, with the U’s zipping the ball around, creating half chances such as a Moore header that flew over two minutes before the end of a first half that highlighted both why the teams are in the promotion chasing places, and how. The excellent Bodin might have put United ahead 90 seconds into the second half but bent his shot just wide of the goal, but the magnificent away fans didn't have too long to wait before Leigh smashed home the second. It wasn't a beautiful build up, it was a long throw from Stevens, a bit of a scrap and then came the class as Leigh swivelled and volleyed the ball beyond the dive of keeper Kristian Hegyi to make it 2-1. United tried to take the sting out of the game, with Stevenage working hard to try and find a way back. The unflappable James Beadle made an excellent save when sub Elliott List got a clear sight of his goal, and the same player then directed a header off target when unmarked ten minutes from time. Those moments proved pivotal, and with nine minutes left Moore settled affairs with a killer third goal. Sub Josh Murphy was the provider with an outrageous dummy and then a magificent chipped cross from the right. Topics - Bucks Free PressThis website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here. If you are dissatisfied with the response provided you can contact IPSO here © 2001-2023. This site is part of Newsquest's audited local newspaper network. Stevenage vs Wycombe Wanderers H2H - Livescore © Free Livescore site, mobile livescore, livescore today. Football online, Soccer Online, Score live, Soccer results, Live football scores, Latest football ... Stevenage vs Wycombe Wanderers » Predictions, Odds, Live Scores & StreamsMatch Facts The most common result of matches between Stevenage FC and Wycombe Wanderers is 0-1. 4 matches have ended with this result. During the last 8 meetings with Stevenage FC playing at home, Stevenage FC have won 3 times, there have been 3 draws while Wycombe Wanderers have won 2 times. The goal difference is 12-9 in favour of Stevenage FC. Wycombe Wanderers News | Latest Transfer RumoursAbout our Wycombe Wanderers news Latest Wycombe Wanderers news in a live news feed, including updates on transfers, fixtures, results, match reports, managerial appointments, takeovers and more. Founded in 1887, the Chairboys first achieved promotion to the English Football League club in 1993. In 2020, under the management of Gareth Ainsworth, Wycombe were promoted to the second-tier Championship for the first time but currently play in League One. United conceded after 15 minutes after coming under an early Boro barrage from the more direct home team. They had already had to thump two headers out of the ground and captain Moore had headed a Carl Piergianni header out from under the crossbar as crosses, set-pieces and long throws rained into the box before the early pressure paid off when Stevenage opened the scoring. Stevenage vs Oxford United on 30 Sep 23 - Match CentreBirthday boy Greg Leigh celebrated in style today as his two goals, along with a header from captain Elliott Moore, earned Oxford United a superb 3-1 win away at Stevenage. A fifth goal in five games from Jamie Reid had given Steve Evans' side an early advantage at the Lamex, but left-back Leigh marked his 29th birthday with a goal in each half before Moore sealed the win to keep his team hot on the heels of leaders Portsmouth. There was a huge contrast in styles between the teams in second and third at the start of the day, but that contributed to a hugely enjoyable encounter that ebbed and flowed for the full 90 minutes. Wycombe Wanderers - Wycombe Wanderers WanderersTV. Log in or sign up to watch and listen to live matches and video-on-demand. subscribe now ...


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