Wycombe’s hectic end to an eventful season starts with the visit of league leaders Portsmouth to Adams Park on Good Friday, March 29, the first of nine games - including a Wembley cup final - in just over a month.

Wanderers next four matches are all against teams chasing promotion-Portsmouth, Blackpool, Peterborough United (in the Bristol Street Motors Final) and Derby County, a severe test of their much-improved form since the start of the year.

First up are Pompey, on course to return to the second tier of English football for the first time in twelve seasons. They have led the table for most of the campaign losing only four of their thirty-nine league games.

 They arrive at Adams Park with an away record that reads W10 D7 L2, their only defeats coming at Bristol Rovers and Cheltenham Town.

The Chairboys were unlucky to lose the reverse fixture at Fratton Park in October last year, going down to a disputed goal eight minutes into stoppage time.

Josh Scowen gave Wanderers an early lead that was wiped out when Colby Bishop equalised, and Connor Shaugnessy grabbed the winner after a challenge on goalkeeper Max Stryjek which Pompey boss John Mousinho later admitted was a foul.

Wanderers took four points off Pompey last season with a 2-0 win in a televised game at Adams Park, and a 2-2 draw on the final day of the campaign at Fratton Park, Garath McCleary scoring for the Blues in both matches. 

This will be the twentieth meeting between the clubs in all competitions with the Chairboys winning five compared to Pompey’s seven victories, the other seven games ending in a draw.

Wycombe’s second fixture over the holiday period sees them make the long journey north to Blackpool on Easter Monday, April 1. 

The Seasiders are challenging for the play-offs and have one of the best home records in the division with only three defeats in nineteen league games at Bloomfield Road.

Wanderers won 2-0 in the reverse fixture at Adams Park in September last year with goals by Sam Vokes and Brandon Hanlan.