Another Wycombe game, another Wycombe victory!

These seem to be pre-requisites to write this column. Since the unfortunate home defeat to Luton, the Blues have won four on the spin. Talk about a positive reaction.

The latest win for Gareth Ainsworth’s men came on Saturday against Cambridge, who have ambitions for lofty heights in League Two this season.

The first half was a tight affair, marred by a serious looking injury to Nathan Tyson. I certainly wish him and Michael Harriman all the best as they both face lengthy spells on the sidelines.

However, after the break, two pieces of quite sublime skill by Ebere Eze knocked the stuffing out of the home side.

The first goal was technically perfect, a beautiful half volley with his right foot into the top corner and his second was arguably better, curling in a belter into the same corner.

The really good players have the ability to do this; turn a game in their favour with an extraordinary bit of improvisation. That is exactly what Ebere did and even opposing manager, Shaun Derry, was effusive in his praise of the young playmaker.

On top of that, the beneficiary of Nathan’s terrible misfortune was Josh Umerah. 

He took his late goal like a seasoned professional and that will stand him in good stead having scored on the past two Saturdays. While Eze may take the plaudits, Josh’s workrate and pace will terrorise defences in this division and he adds a different dimension to the attack.

Certainly that mix of youth and experience is serving the Blues well at the moment and long may it continue. They do, however, have a tough task against the league leaders, Exeter, tomorrow.

They, despite having lost their two best players in the summer, have made a brilliant start this season and Wycombe have to be mindful of their threat.

However, Exeter will also be wary of Wanderers’ current form and the goals keep on flowing, which makes the Chairboys top scorers across all four divisions in this country.

I think Gaz’s men will extend that winning run and that would be quite an achievement at this stage of the season. 

Elsewhere, we have the latest non-league football news and also congratulations to Beaconsfield who showed true character to come back to win by two points.

They look a force to be reckoned with this season and I would hope to be writing about a hugely successful campaign next April.