Following their New Year’s Day win away at Charlton, how does the rest of January look for Wycombe?

Throughout the opening month of 2022, the Chairboys will host Sunderland in their first home game of the year on January 8, with the battle being shown live on TV.

A week later, Oxford United will make the short trip across the M40 to Adams Park on January 15, before MK Dons travel down on January 29 for the Buckinghamshire Derby.

Between these three home matches, a rescheduled midweek clash at Bolton Wanderers has been penned in for January 11, before the Chairboys travel up to Morecambe 11 days later.

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With three of the fixtures being against teams who are all up there with Wycombe in trying to fight for a place in the Championship, January looks like a mammoth month for Gareth Ainsworth’s men.

However, assistant manager Richard Dobson has revealed that there ‘is no important month or so’, as the club look at each match on a game-by-game basis.

Up until now until the end of the season, Wanderers will have 12 home games to play, and 10 on the road.

Speaking after the victory over Charlton, Dobson said: “It is a really, really tough division.

“You look at the points the top teams have got, and, they don’t lose very often.

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“So at this moment in time, it’s going to be a very high points total to get promoted this season and for us to be in and around that, it is important for us to keeping stringing these wins together.

“You can’t afford to lose, and the other night [against Ipswich] it was difficult for us.

“But at the same time, other clubs are going through the same process at moment, so this is a crucial period and if we can get through it and pick up points, others might faulter due to the amount of games that have been lost along with the fixture congestion.

“These are big games but there is no important month or so.

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“Every game is important and you have got to beat the teams around you to stay in the fight, so if take points off those teams, it’s helpful at the end of the season.”

Finally, on the Sunderland fixture which will be shown live on TV, Dobson said: “It was really important to get the win as you don’t want to lose two on the spin and end up with Sunderland at home.

“I’m really looking forward to the Sunderland game as they are the ones that we do really well in at Adams Park, so these are great games ahead of us, but, obviously, you want to get a win on the board after a long break.”

The Sunderland match will kick off at 12.30pm.