Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth is preparing his side for their “toughest test at home” so far this season as they face Peterborough at Adams Park on Saturday.

The Posh have won seven games out of eight on their travels, whilst Wanderers have won their last three matches at Adams Park and a cracking contest could be on the cards.

Ainsworth said: “It is going to be a hell of a game.

"It looks like there is going to be goals in the game because of the way both teams attack.

"It will be tough. They are one of the favourites for promotion and this is probably our biggest test at home so far this season.

"Make no bones about it, we will have to be at our very best to be competing on Saturday."

Posh forward Matt Godden has been banging in the goals since his move from Stevenage in the summer and Ainsworth praised Peterborough manager Steve Evans for his signing.

He added: "You have to give Steve credit.

"He wasn't absolutely prolific in League Two and Steve has seen his potential. He scored so many goals at Ebbsfleet and Steve has got the best out of him and he will be a threat on Saturday, no doubt about that."