Wycombe Wanderers will hope to make it three league wins from three on Tuesday as they travel to Lancashire to face Wigan Athletic.

Fresh from victories over Accrington Stanley and Cheltenham Town in League One, the Chairboys will face their sternest test to date at the DW Stadium.

With a tough opening period of matches, the Latics will hope to make it back-to-back wins after beating Rotherham United 1-0 on Saturday after a 90th minute winner from midfielder Max Power.

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With no fresh injury concerns for Wigan boss Leam Richardson to worry about a near unchanged side is expected.

Meanwhile for Gareth Ainsworth, Matt Bloomfield is unlikely to feature after suffering concussion against Exeter City in the Carabao Cup.

Republic of Ireland international Daryl Horgan also limped off against the Grecians as the Chairboys progressed to round two after a penalty shootout victory.

Head to Head

Tuesday marks the first meeting between the two sides for almost 20 years, a 2-0 win for the former FA Cup winners Wigan in Division Two in 2003.

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Overall Wycombe have a poor record in this fixture, winning just two matches compared to Wigan’s 10.

The last win for Wycombe came in September 2001, a 1-0 win in Division Two.


According to Sky Bet, at time of writing, the hosts are 11/8 to earn a second win of the season while a fourth win in all competitions for the Bucks-based side is 7/4 and a draw 12/5.