Wycombe v Stevenage preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 12:10pm
Adebayo Akinfenwa will hope to return to the Wycombe side for their promotion celebration against Stevenage at Adams Park.
The clash has been dubbed 'Party at the Park' after Wanderers secured League One football next season with victory over Chesterfield last weekend and the club hope it will be a virtual sell-out. Talisman Akinfenwa returned from a calf injury to make the bench at the Proact Stadium but was an unused substitute.
Striker Scott Kashket also watched the excitement from the bench after sustainng a knock in the defeat to Accrington two weeks ago and will hope to feature.
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Stevenage will be popular party guests, with their victory over Exeter last weekend vital to Wycombe's promotion. Youngster Luke Wade-Slater made an unexpected senior debut in the clash after Joe Martin sustained an injury in the warm-up but was forced off after only 18 minutes - having taken a heavy knock - and both will be assessed.
Should neither be fit, 17-year-old Arthur Iontton, who replaced Wade-Slater, could make his first start. Fellow youth products Andronicos Georgiou and Dylan O'Donnell could also be involved but Luke Wilkinson is suspended.
The Chairboys have won back-to-back home league matches against Stevenage having won none of the first three in the EFL (D1 L2).
The Boro have kept as many clean sheets in their last two games against Wycombe in the Football League (two) as their previous nine combined, although both came at the Lamex Stadium.
Adams Park has seen 77 goals in League Two this season; only Kenilworth Road (86) has seen more goals scored in the competition this campaign.
Stevenage have won just two of their last 19 games away from home in all competitions (D4 L13).
A win in this game will see Wycombe equal their highest Football League points total of 84, set in 2014-15, when it was only enough for a fourth-place finish.
Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored 17 league goals this season, just one short of his previous best tally in a single season in the Football League (18 in 2011-12 with Northampton).