After a troubling time for Wycombe on and off the field, the relief gained from last week’s victory at Forest Green Rovers was plain for all to see, and next comes another trip to Gloucestershire to face Cheltenham Town on Saturday, November 19.

Disappointing results at Adams Park recently, followed by the news that the club has financial problems, led to an outbreak of doom and gloom among some fans, but Wanderers have taken fourteen points from their last seven league games, and that is promotion form.

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A win at Cheltenham would keep them in touch with the leading teams in League One, and they are unbeaten in the last nine games against the Robins.

The first meeting between the clubs was in Round One of the FA Cup in 1974 when Wanderers were still non-league playing at their old home, Loakes Park.

The Chairboys won 3-1, then disposed of Bournemouth in Round Two to set up one of the most famous cup ties in their history.

The date was January 1975; the visitors First Division leaders Middlesbrough, managed by England World Cup hero Jack Charlton, and including a young Graeme Souness in midfield.

It was a special game for me because I was among the capacity crowd of 12,000 reporting on the 0-0 draw for BBC Radio, the start of my love affair with Wanderers that stretches back 48 years.

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But I digress!

The last five meetings have produced a remarkable average of five-goals-per-game, including two 3-3 draws, and the last time they clashed saw one of the most extraordinary games ever witnessed at Adams Park.

Cheltenham’s Alfie May opened the scoring but strikes by Jordan Obita (2) and Brandon Hanlon gave Wycombe a 3-1 lead at half-time.

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It became 3-3 when May and Kion Etete brought the visitors level early in the second half.

Sam Vokes then struck two goals in a minute to make it 5-3 to the Chairboys, but not to be outdone, May scored twice more to take his personal tally to four in a ten-goal thriller.

More of the same on Saturday, please – but with a different outcome this time!