Well, it had to end sometime didn't it!

Wycombe Wanderers' long unbeaten run away from home in League Two has finally come to an end, as they went down 1-0 to Swindon Town last weekend.

I was at the County Ground and although the winds were fierce, I have to say the forecast wasn't as severe as previously suggested.

The gusts were high but it didn't stop a healthy following of Wycombe fans coming to support the Blues.

The windy conditions swirled round the ground and made the game a real war of attrition. After going behind early, the Blues huffed and puffed but couldn't find that killer pass or goal which would have got them an equaliser and possibly led to them going on to win the game.

Instead, Harry Smith's volley proved the difference and with it any chance of Wycombe setting a new record for the amount of games unbeaten away from home in the EFL.

Thirteen in a row proved to be unlucky from the Chairboys but speaking to Scott Brown after, he and the squad were clearly determined to kick off another unbeaten run.

The boys still sit in fifth place and I would think Gareth and his staff would be pleased with the start they have had, losing just three games so far.

Obviously Gaz was visibly frustrated with the result and he accepted that his team weren't at their best but they still ran Swindon, a definite promotion contender, very close in extremely tough conditions and I am sure the team will react to this loss in the way they reacted to the Luton defeat.

Tomorrow's opponents are Cheltenham Town, who have made a very creditable start to the season after battling valiantly against relegation for the majority of last season.

In Gary Johnson, they have a manager who knows this league inside and he has invested wisely over the summer, with the signing of red-hot striker Mohamed Eisa particularly inspired.

Last season, Johnson's side put a spanner in the works of Wycombe's last ditch bid for promotion, drawing 3-3 at Adams Park after taking an early lead.

Gaz will be hoping there are no more slip ups this time and I am predicting a 2-1 win in what will be a tight game.

Finally congratulations to Tom Ingram who being voted BTCC driver of the year by the sport's aficiondos.

He has been in scintillating form all year and I hope the High Wycombe man can go two better and lift the title in 2018.