If you had asked Wycombe fans before the season began which three clubs they would most like to beat, they would have said Peterborough, Oxford and MK Dons.

Job done - and all in the space of two weeks.

Between winning local derbies against Oxford and MK, Wanderers saw off Peterborough, where the local newspaper angered Wycombe fans with a series of derogatory articles about the club.

Following a disappointing start to the season, Chairboys supporters would have celebrated success against any opposition, but to pick up maximum points against their three biggest rivals made those wins doubly satisfying.

Now, attention switches to another game with an unlikely edge to it when Morecambe visit Adams Park on Saturday, October 29.

The ‘villain’ of the piece in this case is Morecambe manager Derek Adams.

On his first visit to Wanderers as manager of Plymouth Argyle, Adams delayed the kick off by complaining that Wycombe’s players were wearing GPS trackers under their jerseys, unaware that they were allowed under the rules.

After the return game in Plymouth, Adams accused Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth of refusing to shake his hand and criticised Wycombe for wasting time, committing a lot of fouls, and feigning injuries.

He returned to the theme after another visit to Adams Park when he complained: ‘We have seen a lot of stoppages this afternoon.

"It is the worst I have seen – terrible, really terrible.

"I don’t see how you can come here as a football supporter.’

Adams is now in charge of a Morecambe team that is bottom of League One with only two wins in 15 games.

There have been several high-scoring encounters between Wycombe and Morecambe in recent years and although the Chairboys have the better record overall, Morecambe have won three of the last four meetings.

This could be a tougher game for Wanderers than it looks on paper, especially after losing to Cambridge in midweek, but I back them to collect three points and probably upset Mr. Adams once again.