Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has reflected on his club’s 5-5 draw against Cheltenham Town back in February.

The Chairboys take on the Robins this weekend in what will be the first meeting between the two clubs since that incredible fixture at Adams Park at the start of the year.

During the contest, Wanderers fell a goal down before leading 3-1 and 5-3.

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However, took quickfire goals saw Cheltenham leave Adams Park with a point.

In the match, Alfie May scored four times for Cheltenham whilst in the space of five second half minutes, four strikes were scored between both teams.

Looking back, Ainsworth said: “That was a crazy, crazy game.

“It was just a freak game last season and in a way, that helped us adjust a few things that we were doing.

“That draw came in our poor run and if anything, it gave us a real good kick up the backside for me to change a few things.

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“Those changes helped us into the play-offs and get into the play-off final.

“Looking back now, that 5-5 was a positive for us even though it was a crazy, crazy game.

“Alfie May got four that day and even though he’s been out for a little while, he could be back for Saturday.

“We have learnt our lesson and we need to make sure that we are on it when we visit Cheltenham on Saturday.”