Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has praised the way Wycombe Wanderers conducted themselves in their 3-0 loss at Adams Park.

The Brewers were dominated by the Chairboys on the season’s opening weekend, which saw David Wheeler, Anis Mehmeti, and Josh Scowen all score before the half-our mark to seal the points for Gareth Ainsworth’s men.

The result not only secured Wanderers’ position at the top of the table, but it also made it three games unbeaten against the Staffordshire side.

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Speaking to the club’s media on July 30, Hasselbaink said: “They [Wycombe] played from second balls, that's what they do.

“They hit Vokes and you need to squeeze the pitch, you need to work harder and condense that as much as possible so they can't pick up the second ball.

"We fell asleep at throw-ins - all three goals came from a throw-in, and all three get thrown into their number four [Dominic Gape], who we didn't pick up.”

Both Wycombe and Burton have played each other 16 times, with there being eight wins for each time.