A Just Giving page has been launched in order to raise money for ‘cutouts’ of Wycombe Wanderers fans who have died, for their play-off semi-final at Adams Park.

The Chairboys, who will play Fleetwood on Monday, July 6, will be playing in an empty stadium due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The initial target was originally £300, but the total amount so far currently stands at £860.

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This will allow fans to honour fellow Wycombe supporters who have lost their lives in recent years.

The page says: “We’re raising £300 to Put the faces of Chairboys fans sadly lost during the 2019/20 season, in the stands for the play-off semi-final.

“Let’s give them one last game.

“We have unfortunately lost a few Chairboys fans this season, including some from Covid-19.

“As the team embarks on a historic venture into the League One Play-offs and a chance to reach the Championship for the first time in history, lets honour those fans by putting their faces amongst the ‘cutout’ crowd for the home leg semi-final against Fleetwood. Giving them one last game...”

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The club have shared the crowdfunding page onto their social media to try and increase the donations to the effort.

Both Pete and Kevin Couhig have donated to the cause.

Wycombe travel up to Fleetwood on Friday, July 3 and will face Joey Barton’s men in a 7.30pm kick-off, with the second leg taking place at Adams Park on Monday, July 6.

That too will start at 7.30pm.

To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/onelastgame.