Wycombe Wanderers are now winless in four games following a goalless home draw against Cambridge United. 

In a passive first period which saw the home side boss the ball, Wanderers had the game’s first chance when Dale Taylor fired over from 20 yards midway through the first-half.

Garath McCleary headed over, Jack Stevens was forced into a decent save by Sam Vokes and Brandon Hanlan fluffed his lines with an air kick.

The Chairboys dominated the ball but rarely did anything with it.

And this almost came back to bite them as Cambridge nearly took the lead in the final few moments of the half.

Danny Andrew’s brilliant cross from the right-hand side was expertly headed towards goal by Ryan Bennet, but the centre back’s header crashed against the bar, then off the base of the post.

And more headaches came Wycombe’s way as Vokes was taken off just before the break with a hamstring injury.

The start of the second period was a continuation of how the first ended, as Cambridge put pressure on the Chairboys. 

Just two minutes in, Fejiri Okenabirhie fired over from a Saikou Jannneh cross.

For Wanderers, David Wheeler, who came on for the stricken Vokes, hooked a volley wide, Luke Leahy had a free-kick go over the bar, whilst McCleary forced Stevens into a decent save.

However, the game was nearly won in the final moments of the contest.

Liam Bennett’s hash of a clearance from 60-yards flew towards his own goal and bounced over the crossbar.

However, goalless it finished as Wycombe remain in 10th.

Up next is Bradford City away in the FA Cup on Saturday.