Wycombe Wanderers made it five league games without defeat as they comfortably beat a lacklustre Blackpool side 2-0 at Adams Park.

In what was the first meeting between the two sides in nearly four years, the Chairboys nearly took the lead inside the opening 10 minutes when Luke Leahy’s free-kick from 25-yards just missed the target.

He is still waiting to score his first goal for the club following his move from Shrewsbury in the summer.

However, Wycombe didn’t have to wait long to get on the scoresheet as Vokes popped up to score his first goal in six months.

He initially saw his header from close-range get brilliantly stopped by Daniel Grimshaw, but he was on hand to tap in the rebound.

His last goal came in Wycombe’s 2-0 home win over Fleetwood Town at the start of the year, which was Matt Bloomfield’s first victory in charge.

Wycombe continued to dominate as Grimshaw was on hand to make several important saves, as Brandon Hanlan, Joe Low and Garath McCleary all went close.

Blackpool grew into the contest as the half neared its conclusion as Jordan Rhodes went close twice.

However, the second period began how the first started as Wanderers were in the ascendancy.

This resulted in Hanlan doubling Wycombe’s lead just seconds into the half, as he smashed home a McCleary cross.

It was a good finish by the ex-Bristol Rovers man, but it was poorly defended by Blackpool.

Neil Critchley’s side bossed the ball during the latter periods of the second half as Rhodes again was causing problems, but Max Stryjek was on hand to deny the ex-Huddersfield Town striker, along with substitute, Sonny Carey.

The win is Wycombe’s first on a Saturday in a competitive fixture since February 18, when they defeated Bolton Wanderers 1-0, in what was Gareth Ainsworth's final match in charge.

Up next for Wanderers is Crystal Palace U21 in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday, before they face Charlton Athletic at the Valley in seven days’ time.

Attendance: 4,691 (630 away)