Wycombe Wanderers came out 1-0 winners against Blackburn Rovers in a scrappy affair at Adams Parks on Good Friday.

Fred Onyedinma scored the only goal of the game with a header from a Joe Jacobson corner in the 47th minute.

The Chairboys' manager, Gareth Ainsworth, is a boyhood Blackburn fan and admitted that he doesn’t like to see his hometown club lose, but, three points for his side is what matters.

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The Wycombe boss also complimented his opposite number, Tony Mowbray, who is coming under more pressure after Rovers continued a poor run of form.

After the game, Ainsworth said: “Tony Mowbray paid me big compliments before the game ‘saying this will be tough’ and ‘the team emulates their manager’ and that is a huge compliment from someone who I have got a huge amount of respect for.

“He has achieved a lot in the game and was a fantastic player.

“It makes the victory worse!

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“Blackburn have lost and I don’t like that, ever.

“It is the first result I look for, closely followed by QPR and Preston but Wycombe will always be the main result for me and if I to sacrifice Rovers getting three points today, I’m pleased but I hope they can win the rest of their games.”

The Chairboys now look ahead to Easter Monday where they will face fellow relegation candidates Rotherham United in a must-win game.