Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth has revealed that he will ‘study’ Gillingham ahead of this weekend’s match.

The Gills will make the trip from Kent to try and be the first team this season to try and take points off Wanderers at Adams Park this season.

In fact, you will have to go back just over 10 years when Wycombe last defeated Steve Evans’ men at home, which was a 1-0 win in January 2011 with Dave Winfield getting the winner.

That season, the Chairboys were promoted from League Two to League One.

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Speaking after the EFL Trophy loss to MK Dons on Tuesday night, he said: “They are a real up-and-at-them side with Vadaine Oliver being their danger man at top, they’ve got John Akinde who was at Wycombe in his early days so they have got some decent players who will get the ball forward and they can play a couple of ways.

“We will study them and we’re hoping that they are worried about us as we’re worried about them.”

Out of the 26 matches the two have faced each other, Wycombe have only won eight games, Gillingham 10 with there being eight draws.