Two goals in the final five minutes from Joe Low and Beryly Lubala gave Wycombe Wanderers a 2-0 victory over relegation-threatened Cheltenham Town.

In a first-half that lacked any tempo and fluidity, it was the homeside that had the better changes of the contest.

First, Ryan Tafazolli’s header went wide from a Kieran Sadlier cross, before goalkeeper Luke Southwood denied the latter.

The ex-Reading shot-stopper was on hand to former Bolton Wanderers forward on a one-on-one on 10 minutes.

For large parts in the opening period, the game didn’t produce any real quality moments, before the Chairboys had many attempts in the final 10 minutes.

Sadlier was Wycombe’s best player in the opening period, as he was again blocked by Southwood in the Robins goal.

Garath McCleary’s cross evaded everyone in the Cheltenham box, and Sadlier fired over and wide, before Dale Taylor nearly scored one of the goals of the season.

Luke Leahy’s corner was headed away by Curtis Davies, and up-stepped Taylor who smashed a first-time volley at goal that rattle the crossbar.

The technique was fantastic as it would have been the Northern Irishman’s eighth of the campaign, but a slight touch from the keeper knocked it onto the crossbar.

This was the best moment of the half as Cheltenham didn’t offer anything in attack.

The second period was again a flat affair but Wycombe had a glorious opportunity to go ahead inside the opening five minutes.

Jack Shepherd’s clumsy use of his arm in the box gave referee Peter Wright no option but to point to the spot, as Wanderers were given a penalty.

Up-stepped Freddie Potts to take his first spot-kick since moving from West Ham in the summer.

However, Southwood telegraphed the set-piece as he got down low to his left, to deny Potts his first Adams Park goal, and what would have been his third of the campaign.

The miss also means Wycombe have failed to score four penalties in their last 16 games.

However, two goals in the final five minutes gave Wycombe the win.

First, Joe Low smashed home a McCleary corner from close-range for his fourth of the season, and his first since August before Lubala scored a goal of the season contender.

The ex-Burton man had been on the pitch for a matter of minutes, before he unleashed a rocket from roughly 25-yards,

It was his first strike since joining the club last month.

The win has lifted Wanderers up to 14th, as they sit on 41 points.