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Wycombe vs. Peterborough Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (38') A. Collins (OG)
      • (45'+11') J. Grimmer
      • (57') K. Sadlier
      • (74') N. Bilokapić (OG)
      • (90'+2') D. Wheeler
      • (66') D. Ajiboye
      • (69') R. Jones
      • (26') F. Potts
      • (90'+9') B. Lubala
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          Wycombe vs. Peterborough Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Peterborough United are looking to bounce back from successive defeats as they take on Wycombe Wanderers in League One this weekend.

          Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 16th in League One with eight wins, ten draws and eleven losses from twenty-nine games this season.

          The Chairboys are having a fairly poor campaign on the whole as they find themselves dangerously close to the relegation zone coming into a crucial stage of the season.

          Their form of late hasn't been brilliant but hasn't been terrible either, as they enter this game having lost just one of their last seven games in the league, four of which were draws, while having won just one of their last five.

          That win did come in their most recent game, though, where Wycombe ran out convincing 3-1 winners away at Cheltenham Town thanks to goals from Jack Grimmer, Garath McCleary and a Curtis Davies own goal.

          There hasn't been a tonne of difference between their form at home and their form on the road, as they come into this one having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five games on home soil.

          As they sit just four points clear of the relegation zone, Wycombe need three points here and while league positions would suggest they have little chance of that there is a feeling they could spring a shock in this one based on Peterborough's minor recent wobble in form.

          Peterborough United currently sit 4th in League One with sixteen wins, eight draws and six losses from thirty games this season.

          The Posh have an excellent campaign on the whole and for a long period were the form team in this division, but they're coming into this game off the back of two straight league defeats for just the second time this season.

          Most recently, Darren Ferguson's side fell to a 2-1 defeat away at Exeter City, a hugely frustrating defeat given they led 1-0 from the 32nd minute thanks to a Harrison Burrows penalty, only for the game to be thrown away thanks to a red card for Brentford loanee Michael Olakigbe which preceded two own goals by Nicholas Bilokapic and Jadel Katongo to give Exeter the three points.

          Following on from the 2-3 defeat to Wigan Athletic in the game prior, Peterborough can now afford nothing less than three points if they want to keep pace with the likes of Portsmouth, Derby County and Bolton Wanderers ahead of them.

          Peterborough could only manage a 2-2 draw with Wycombe when the two sides locked horns in the reverse fixture back in October, and their head-to-head record in general has been subpar against Wycombe with the Posh failing to win any of their last four meetings with the Chairboys, losing three of those.

          There aren't, then, any guarantees that Peterborough will get back on track here despite Wycombe's lowly league position as this one could prove a banana skin for the promotion contenders.

          For our Wycombe vs. Peterborough prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.

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          Wycombe Team News

          Brandon Hanlon won't play again for Wycombe this season so he's unavailable here.

          Matt Bloomfield will likely stick with the same side that began the 3-1 win over Chesterfield last time out.

          Peterborough Team News

          Jacob Wakeling and Will Blackmore are both out for the Posh, while Kwame Poku faces a late fitness test to make the game.

          Brentford loanee Michael Olakigbe is unavailable through suspension, which could see Chelsea loanee Malik Mothersille or striker Jonson Clarke-Harris make up part of the forward line.

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