Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth is hoping his side can bounce back with a win at Peterborough on Saturday, having lost their last three League One matches.

The Blues have lost to Luton and Barnsley on their travels, admittedly with those sides having the best home records in the division.

However, despite having the better of the contest against Gillingham last weekend, the Chairboys lost 1-0.

Ainsworth his now preparing his side for a match against a team who have been on a tough run themselves and admitted the match would be a lot different to the one back in November when his side beat Posh 1-0.

There has been a change of manager with Steve Evans leaving and Darren Ferguson returning but Ainsworth is hoping to get one up on Ferguson this weekend at London Road.

He said: "It is going to be a tough test.

"Ivan Toney is suspended which goes in our favour. They have a lot of attacking threats and at the back they have a young defence.

"They are a very strong side and I am looking forward to pitting my wits against one of the best managers in League One.

"It will be interesting but we will be going there with the aim of winning and getting the points on the board and hopefully we can come back down the road with something that will stop this run we are going on at the moment."

Wycombe's normally strong away form has eluded them so far on the whole this campaign but Ainsworth admitted that it should be expected with his squad facing stronger opposition than they have done for many seasons.

He added: "The higher we go, we have to accept that there are better teams.

"We want to play in League One and we are aware that there are very good sides at this level.

"It is fantastic to play some of these teams at some of these grounds. In League Two, we built ourselves to be a powerful unit and a team to be reckoned with home and away.

"People feared us at that level and in this league, we have to earn the right to be feared but at the moment we need to stop this winless run."