For our Wycombe vs. Derby prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Derby County are looking to continue their excellent form as they travel to face Wycombe Wanderers in League One this weekend.
Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 8th in League One with thirteen wins, five draws and ten losses from twenty-eight games this season.
Gareth Ainsworth's side, last season's play-off finalists, had slow start to the season as they languished around the bottom half of the table, struggling to hit last season's heights. However, their form has improved drastically in recent months as they now look much closer to a side capable of challenging for the play-offs.
They enter this game amidst a good run of form having won three of their last four matches, scoring eight times and conceding just once in that period.
Their home record has been excellent of late, too, having won four of their last five matches on home soil.
Wycombe sit just three points outside of the play-off spots with all to play for in the remaining third of the season. However, they face a monumental task here as they lock horns with one of the league's most in form teams.
Derby County currently sit 4th in League One with fifteen wins, eight draws and five losses from twenty-eight games this season.
The Rams had an inconsistent start to the season and failed to make their mark on League One, but they've rallied tremendously in recent months and now have the wind firmly in their sails as they quietly have their eyes on automatic promotion.
They enter this game amidst an impressive run of form having won each of their last six consecutive matches in the league while remaining unbeaten in their last fifteen.
Most recently, Derby rallied to an emphatic 5-0 win over Morecambe in an impressive performance.
Their away form is slightly weaker having won two and drawn three of their last five league matches on the road, but they've won each of their last two away games on the bounce to they're in decent away shape.
Derby beat Wycombe 2-1 when the two sides met in the league in September and given their form they'll fancy themselves again here.
Derby are eight points shy of Plymouth Argyle in second and will have their eye on automatic promotion. First, though, they face a tough tie against a strong Wycombe side.