With a place in Round Two of the FA Cup secured by winning at Bradford City last week, Wycombe now turn their attention back to League One when they host high-flying Stevenage at Adams Park on Saturday, November 11.

The Hertfordshire club currently occupy the final play-off place in the division, but the Chairboys are only four points behind them with a game in hand, making this a crucial fixture for both.

The Stevenage clash is the fifth time in the space of a few weeks that Wycombe have faced one of the top six teams in League One and so far, they have picked up only two points from those games.

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Wanderers boss Matt Bloomfield scored the winning goal the last time the clubs met in a league game, a 1-0 victory for Wycombe in the final match of the 2017/18 campaign.

It confirmed their promotion from League Two before a crowd of almost 9,000 at Adams Park.

The last four meetings with Stevenage have all been in cup competitions, the most recent only last month, another 1-0 win for Wycombe in the EFL Trophy with Sam Vokes scoring the winner.

The clubs have met 16 times in all competitions and there has been little to choose between them, Wycombe winning seven games to Stevenage’s six while the other three matches were drawn.

At Adams Park, it’s three wins each and one draw.

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Stevenage had spent nine successive years in League Two before winning promotion last season under manager Steve Evans, a vocal and controversial figure but one who boasts an excellent managerial record.

His squad includes former Wycombe midfielder Nick Freeman, a popular player who should get a warm welcome on his return to Adams Park, while coach Alex Revell had a loan spell as a striker at Wanderers over a decade ago.

Stevenage have one of the best away records in League One with four wins, one draw and only three defeats, while Wycombe’s home record is patchy so this will be a stern test for Bloomfield’s injury-hit squad.

However, Saturday’s encounter provides the perfect opportunity for the Chairboys to prove they have what it takes to become play-off contenders this season.