Wycombe Wanderers boss Matt Bloomfield is calling on his side to entertain and get supporters on their feet for Saturday's clash with Carlisle United.

A first meeting at Adams Park since an incredible 4-3 win in 2018, in which Bloomfield opened the scoring, the Chairboys are expecting a bumper crowd with it being a dedicated 'Family Day.'

“We’re really looking forward to welcoming all the families down to Adams Park,” Bloomfield said. “We know we’re in for tough afternoon against a well-organised Carlisle side, who had a really good year winning promotion last season and have had some real continuity coming into this season."

Previously on a four-game unbeaten run, and still yet to lose on home turf since the opening day, Wycombe will be looking to bounce back from last week's 3-1 defeat to Charlton Athletic at the Valley.

Despite not picking up the result they craved, Blooms was more than content with the performance and hopes to return to winning ways in front of a packed out Adams Park.

“We want to continue our recent performances, which have been really strong and something to be proud of," he said. "We didn’t get the result we wanted at Charlton, but there were plenty of positives to take forward.

“We’re going into Saturday’s game looking for the three points. If you take your eye off the ball at any moment then you will fall short, and we have to stick to our principles, win our tackles, win our headers and get on the front foot. This club stands for hard work, togetherness and hunger, and if we do that and play the way we have been, then we’ll always have a chance of winning games.

“As well as that, we want to be a team that entertains, and gets fans on their feet roaring the boys on. The supporters that went to Charlton were fantastic, and it’s been the same story all season long, with fans coming together to inspire us. I’m told ticket sales are picking up really quickly and we’re going to lots of fans on all four sides of the stadium, so we want to reward their support with a big performance and a big three points too.”

Paul Simpson's U's have had a tough start to life back in the third tier, having won promotion from League Two last season.

Sitting down in 19th, the Cumbrians are without a win in their last four fixtures and sit just two points above the relegation zone.

Without an away victory to their name so far this campaign, they will be looking to buck that trend in Buckinghamshire tomorrow.