WYCOMBE Wanderers will be looking to win three games on the bounce for the first time since November when they travel to Doncaster Rovers this Saturday (3pm), writes Robert Folker.

Doncaster are currently in 11th position in the league and seven points off the play-offs, but Rovers are unbeaten in their last three matches as they look to have a late surge towards the top six.

However, Wycombe will go into the game with confidence having won their last two games, scoring five goals and only conceding once in the process.

The Chairboys have only won four games away from home this season but they were 2-0 winners on their last outing, away to Bolton.

Gareth Ainsworth knows what a tough test it will be going to Doncaster as his side look to continue their fight for automatic promotion.

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The manager told the Bucks Free Press: “It’ll be very tough, they were a championship team not long ago and one of the top six teams at the start of the season.

“We’re going to have our work cut out, it’s a big old pitch. They have a good crowd and some really talented players out there so we’re looking forward for the challenge that’s coming.

Bucks Free Press:

PHOTO: Gareth Ainsworth is looking forward to the challenge of taking his side to Doncaster Rovers this Saturday.

“Again we take one game at a time and we will work in the next two days on what we’re going to do for them.”

Ainsworth has heaped pressure on the teams around Wycombe as he wants to focus purely on performances going into the 11 remaining games in the season.

He continued: “I think if we start talking about results, we start putting pressure on ourselves, so it’s about performances for the boys. I want them to perform for me, results can go different ways for varying factors.

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“As long as the boys are performing and doing everything they possibly can to aspire to be a club that finishes in the top six, then that’ll do for me.

“We’re not results people, we’re very performance-based, so as long as they’re on that pitch giving everything, doing the right things and making the rights decisions, that’s good enough for me.

“I think when people start talking about results being so important, that’s when results can slip away from you.

“We’re just slowly learning from each game and making the next one better.

Bucks Free Press:

PHOTO: Wycombe Wanderers celebrate one of their three goals in the 3-1 win against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday

“We don’t have a game next weekend so people will be thinking this game is a huge one, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. We’re thinking we’ve got 11 huge ones.

“Other teams around us in this league are results fearful.

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“One defeat could define their season and how they go into the next game, and two defeats could be a catastrophe.

“We know exactly what we need to and exactly how were going to approach it.”

Wycombe will be go to Keepmoat Stadium aiming to win back-to-back away league games for the first time this season.

The Chairboys will move into the automatic places with a win against Doncaster on Saturday as Coventry do not play until Sunday lunch time.