Wycombe remain top of League Two after coming from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at Bury.Danny Mayor bundled in a 32nd-minute opener for the hosts but Fred Onyedinma claimed a deserved equaliser for Wanderers in the 68th minute. With snow on the pitch, it made for a scrappy contest with chances few and far between. The first fell to Ryan Lowe, who fired over in the 14th minute, and it was the Bury striker's low cross that led to the opening goal. Although it found defender Alfie Mawson in the six-yard box, the ball got stuck under his feet and he failed to clear, allowing Mayor to tackle him and force in his seventh goal of the season. Wycombe replied with Aaron Amadi-Holloway having a shot blocked following a Joe Jacobson corner. Amadi-Holloway then saw a header saved by Nick Pope just after half- time before a Andrew Tutte tackle denied Marcus Bean after the Wycombe midfielder had got through on goal. But the Chairboys remained on top and drew level when Onyedinma latched onto Jacobson's ball from the left and shrugged off his man to fire high past goalkeeper Nick Pope. Peter Murphy played in Onyedinma again shortly afterwards but Pope saved at his feet and Aaron Pierre went close to putting Wycombe in front as his shot forced a low save. Bury substitute Danny Rose might have won it for his side late on but he volleyed over from a Tom Soares cross.