Wycombe Wanderers were denied their fourth successive League One win as Blackpool equalised with six minutes remaining to record a 2-2 draw at Bloomfield Road.

With the game passing two pitch inspections in the late afternoon, 145 Wycombe fans made the trip up to the north-west to see their side put in another resilient performance.

The Blues made an excellent start as Adebayo Akinfenwa powered in a header from Joe Jacobson's superb corner on 12 minutes.

However, just after the break on 50 minutes, Tangerines defender Ben Heneghan equalised for the hosts when he headed home Jordan Thompson's set-piece.

Just two minutes later, the Chairboys were back in front when Jacobson's expert delivery seemed to evade everyone and sailed into the net.

Unfortunately, the Blues couldn't hold on as on 84 minutes, Paris Cowan-Hall tripped Nya Kirby in the box and Harry Pritchard coolly dispatched the penalty.

It could have been worse for Wanderers but Ryan Allsop made a great save at the death to deny Armand Gnanduillet.

Wycombe now face Bradford at home on Saturday (kick off 3pm).