It’s amazing to think what could happen in just over a month.

On November 26, Wycombe travelled to Ipswich for the first time and left Portman Road with a hard-earned point, as the game finished 0-0.

The result meant that the Chairboys remained on top of League One on 40 points, whilst Ipswich stayed second on 35 points.

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Thirty-six days later, and the Tractor Boys will play at Adams Park for the first time in their history, with both sides desperate for a win.

Wycombe will remain on top of the table regardless of the result, but have only picked up three points from their last 12 available, losing the last three matches, whilst Ipswich have not won in seven league games and have dropped down to fourth.

This makes today’s fixture even more intriguing, as both sides know that they can’t afford any more slip-ups, if they want to get promoted.

Going into today’s match, both sides will want to forget their final fixtures of 2019, as Wycombe and Ipswich were easily beaten by Coventry and Lincoln respectively.

Wycombe were thumped 4-1 at home to the Sky Blues which saw Gareth Ainsworth's men lose their unbeaten home record this season, whilst Ipswich were hammered 5-3 away to Lincoln at Sincil Bank.

It was the first time Wycombe had conceded four in a match since losing 4-0 at Adams Park to Accrington Stanley in April 2018, the season where both Stanley and the Chairboys were promoted, whilst it was the first time in four years that Ipswich had conceded five.

The last time that happened was when they played Reading in September 2015, when former Premier League striker, Orlando Sa, bagged a hat-trick against the boys from Suffolk.

Following the Coventry defeat on December 29, Gareth Ainsworth had this to say about the visit of Ipswich.

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Ainsworth said: “It’s going to be a tough game because Ipswich are in a bad place at the moment as they haven’t won so many games in the league lately.

“But again, we’ve had a very tough Christmas and I don’t think anyone’s fixtures could rival toughness for ours as we have had Oxford and Portsmouth away, and Coventry and Ipswich at home.

“We’re looking forward to Wednesday so that we can try and get back on track.”

Today’s match will also see former Chairboys boss Paul Lambert return to Adams Park.

The Scotsman managed the club between 2006 and 2008, and lead Wycombe to the semi-finals of League Cup in 2007, where they lost to Chelsea, who would eventually go on and win the trophy.

Additionally, if he were to play, it will be Matt Bloomfield's second appearance against Ipswich since leaving the club in 2003. 

He played one game for the Tractor Boys.