Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has insisted that he 'doesn’t look at records' as his side prepares for Cheltenham Town.

The Chairboys are unbeaten in their last nine matches against the Gloucestershire team, which has resulted in five wins and four draws.

The last time the West Country side enjoyed success over the Adams Park club was just over nine years ago, when Jamie Cureton and an own goal from Billy Knott gave Cheltenham a 2-1 win at Adams Park.

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This was on November 16, 2013.

Speaking ahead of the match, Ainsworth said: “I don’t look at records.”

“Teams change, managers change, ownerships change, finances change and they will be a different team from this fixture last season.

“There is not much between the teams in this league and we know about that with the Port Vale, Morecambe, and Cambridge results.

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“We were back to our best against Forest Green last week but we know that Cheltenham will be a very tough game.

“They have got some very good players as you’ve got their manager Wade Elliott, where we had very similar playing careers.

“We both played on the right side of midfield, and I know that if you let them play to their strengths, they can hurt you.

“So have got to make sure that we do our job, we’ve watched their last few games, and I am looking forward to facing them on Saturday.”

Overall, the two teams have played one another 25 times with Wycombe winning nine times, Cheltenham four, along with nine draws.