Coventry City boss Mark Robins praised Wycombe after the Sky Blues defeated the Chairboys on December 12, 2-1 at Adams Park.

A Liam Kelly brace – his first goals in nearly three years, gave City all three points, in a game which saw Wycombe have an injury-time equaliser ruled out for offside.

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Robins said: “They put you under so much pressure by putting the ball in behind you, and with the substitutions [Akinfenwa, McCleary, Wheeler and Kashket], and with the quality they bring, they make it tough for you.

“They were unlucky because it was an onside goal.

“You have to credit them.

“That is the way Gareth’s team plays.

It was Coventry’s ninth straight win over Wycombe since the Chairboys last defeated the Sky Blues, back in September 1993.