Wycombe Wanderers secured a well-earned point on the road as they drew 0-0 against play-off-chasing Blackpool.

The Chairboys made six changes to the side that lost against Portsmouth on Good Friday, as manager Matt Bloomfield had one eye for the club’s EFL Trophy final appearance versus Peterborough United in six days.

Out went Jack Grimmer, Ryan Tafazolli, Nigel Lonwijk, Freddie Potts, Kieran Sadlier and Richard Kone, whilst Chris Forino, Joe Low, Jason McCarthy, David Wheeler, Chem Campbell and Dale Taylor all came in.

And it was the latter who had Wanderers’ best chance of the opening half, as he headed over a Bez Lubala cross after just five minutes.

The first period was littered with half chances as Luke Leahy and David Wheeler went close but to no avail.

For the Tangerines, Sonny Carey forced Franco Ravizzoli into a routine save from a close-range free-kick, with the Argentine also denying CJ Hamilton.

However, there was one concern for Wycombe in the first-half, as Josh Scowen was taken off hurt with what seemed to be an impact injury.

The tempo increased dramatically in the second period as both sides tried to find a winner.

For Wycombe, Sam Vokes fired over from a Freddie Potts cross, whilst the latter smashed wide.

Wheeler, Taylor, and Low also tried their luck but Dan Grimshaw denied them in the home goal.

Down the other end, Blackpool tried to find that decisive winner to help with their play-off push, but Ravizzoli produced two stunning stops in the final five minutes to secure a vital point on the road.

The ex-MK man first denied Jordan Gabriel before he tipped a Jake Beesley shot onto the crossbar.

There was drama in the final few seconds as Vokes smashed the crossbar, before the Wanderers shot-stopper once again denied Beesley.

Wycombe remain 13th and take on Peterborough in the EFL Trophy Final next Sunday, April 7.

Attendance: 10,171