Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that their League One match against Ipswich Town on September 4 has been postponed.

The Chairboys were due to take on the Tractor Boys this weekend at Adams Park, but the fixtures will be played on a revised date after it was confirmed that three of Wycombe’s players have been selected for international duty.

Daryl Horgan, who has played 14 times for the Republic of Ireland, new signing Tjay De Barr of Gibraltar and Anis Mehmeti of the Albanian Under 21 side, will represent their nations in the up-and-coming matches at the start of September.

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De Barr will be part of the Gibraltar squad to take on Latvia, Turkey and Norway in three World Cup qualifiers, whilst Mehmeti will feature for Albania's under-21 side against the Czech Republic.

Horgan will be in the squad for when Ireland play Portugal, Azerbaijan and Serbia.

Wanderers said: “All tickets purchased for this match will be valid for the rearranged fixture.

“Any supporter who has purchased a match ticket and is not able to attend the rearranged fixture will be entitled to a refund once the new date is known.”

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Wycombe and Ipswich have only played each other twice in their history, with both fixtures coming in the 2019/20 season.

The first was a 0-0 draw at Portman Road in November 2019, where Joe Jacobson missed a penalty for Wanderers, with the return match taking place on New Year’s Day 2020 at Adams Park.

After James Norwood gave Town the lead in the 54th minute, David Wheeler equalised 12 minutes later.