Wycombe Wanderers’ postponed away trip to Bolton Wanderers has been rescheduled.

The match was due to take place at the University of Bolton Stadium on December 18, but, following a Covid breakout at the Greater Manchester club, the game was called off.

However, both clubs have confirmed that the match will now take place on Tuesday, January 11, three days after the Chairboys take on Sunderland at Adams Park.

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It is also not yet known whether the game will be eligible for live streaming.

For fans who plan to attend the fixture, mandatory Covid-19 certification requirements will be in place.

This will mean, supporters will have to show the following:

• An NHS Covid Pass – either digitally via the app or a paper pass.

• An approved international equivalent.

• A valid text or email confirmation of a negative test result within the last 48 hours (we cannot accept actual lateral flow tests – you need to upload your results to gain your official pass).

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To acquire this proof, you will need to have:

• Two vaccination doses of an approved vaccine.

• One vaccination of the single-dose Janssen vaccine.

• Have a negative PCR or rapid lateral flow result within the last 48 hours.

• Approved medical exemption.

For more information on ticket availability and the Covid situation, visit www.wycombewanderers.co.uk/news/2021/december/bolton-game-rearranged.

The game will kick off at 8pm.