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Match Previews

Match preview | Imps vs Wycombe Wanderers

11 August 2023

City will be in action at the LNER Stadium for the first time this campaign when hosting Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 12 August (3pm KO).

All the key information you need to know ahead of the fixture can be found in this match preview.


Subject to availability tickets can be purchased on the day of the game from the ticket office, with no price increase in place.

Alternatively, supporters can secure their seat online by clicking HERE.


The match is available for live streaming internationally for just £10, or the equivalent cost in your local currency.

The feed includes expert commentary from the BBC Radio Lincolnshire sports team, including replays of key moments as well as match statistics and latest scores around the division.

Alternatively, UK-based supporters can listen to live match commentary using an iFollow Imps audio pass - which can be bought HERE.

iFollow Imps subscribers can watch all the reaction, including post-match interviews and match highlights.

City supporters unable to get to the LNER Stadium will also be able to follow the action with regular updates on the club’s official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.


Nickname: The Chairboys

Founded: 1887

Stadium: Adams Park

Manager: Matt Bloomfield

Top scorer: Brandon Hanlan, Chris Forino-Joseph (one goal)

League position: 22nd


Notts County 0-2 Imps

Carabao Cup first round

Imps: Jensen, Sorensen (Benn 82’), Eyoma, O’Connor, Roughan, Brown, Smith (Gallagher 82’), Erhahon (Hamilton 71’), Hackett (Duffy 71’), Mandroiu, Walker (House 63’). Subs (not used): Wright, Makama.

MK Dons 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

Carabao Cup first round

Wycombe: Stryjek, Grimmer, Scowen (Leahy 65’), Forino, Tafazolli (Keogh 76’), Breckin (De Barr 64’), Vokes (Hanlan 66’), Boyes, Low, Potts, Taylor (Melor 90+1’). Subs (not used): Shala, Jacobson, Pattenden, Vincent-Young.


Imps: L

Wycombe: L


Hear from the head coach below…


Imps: Home

Wycombe: Home


Referee: Adam Herczeg

Assistant referee: Mark Jones

Assistant referee: Ryan Williams

Fourth official: James Westgate

Ensure you’re at the LNER Stadium for the first home game of the season and secure your seat HERE.

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Match Reports

Imps 3 Wycombe Wanderers 0

12 August 2023

City stormed to victory in the first home league match of the season thanks to second-half goals from Reeco Hackett, Ted Bishop and Danny Mandroiu.

The Imps got the game underway but the first chance of the game came for Wycombe. The hosts found themselves three on one from close range but some excellent last ditch defending from City kept the score level.

Another chance for Wycombe came early, but Lukas Jensen easily caught a header from Luke Leahy following a well delivered set-piece.

Chances were limited for both teams in the opening 20 minutes, but City were growing into the game and starting to see more of the ball.

Lasse Sorensen had City’s first chance of note following a Jaden Brown cross from the left side, but the Dane couldn’t keep his effort down.

The scores were level at the break, but City looked the more likely to go ahead towards the end of the half, posing a bigger attacking threat than the visitors.

The first effort of the second period came from Brown, but Max Stryjek was able to keep hold of the wing-back’s low drive from long range.

A spell of possession for City with some neat play eventually found Mandroiu, who fired over the bar from 25 yards.

Mandroiu was at the heart of City’s attacking play once again, and found Hackett on the right wing, but the latter could only fire his shot into Stryjek’s gloves.

The Imps were on top and searching for an opener, a teasing ball into the box from Sorensen found Brown, but the summer arrival couldn’t keep his free header down.

City found their opener in the 67th minute. Mandroiu put a pinpoint cross into the area, which was turned home by Hackett from close range to net his first goal for the Imps.

It wasn’t long until Mark Kennedy's side found their second of the game, Mandroiu was once again causing problems for City and his cross was smashed home by substitute Ted Bishop at the near post.

The visitors nearly got a goal back but an outstanding defensive header from Walker kept the ball out of the net.

City ensured it would be a successful return to the LNER Stadium with a third, with Mandroiu finishing low into the bottom left corner for his first goal of the season after he was picked out by Bishop on the right-wing.

City: Jensen, Sorensen (Smith 71’), Brown (Burroughs 65’), Eyoma, O’Connor (C), Roughan, Erhahon, Hamilton (Bishop 65’), Hackett, Mandroiu (Duffy 88'), House (Walker 65’). Subs (not used): Wright, Makama.

Wycombe: Stryjek, Grimmer (C) (Boyes 73’), Scowen, Forino, Tafazolli, Vokes (Hanlan 73’), Leahy, Keogh (De Barr 78’), Potts (McCleary 57’), Taylor (Phillips 57’), Vincent-Young. Subs (not used): Shala, Low.

Goals: Hackett (68’), Bishop (73’), Mandroiu (85’).

Referee: Adam Herczeg.

Attendance: 7,543 (305 away).

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Ticket News

Tickets: Wycombe Wanderers (H)

23 July 2023

The Imps can confirm ticket news for supporters ahead of the Sky Bet League One fixture against Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 12 August 2023 (3pm KO).

Silver members are able to purchase their tickets from 10am on Monday 24 July.

Tickets will be available for Bronze, Junior and Young Imp members at 10am on Tuesday 25 July.

Our range of memberships are available to purchase HERE.

Remaining tickets will be made available for general sale at 10am on Wednesday 26 July.

You can find out 2023/24 matchday ticket prices HERE.

Silver Members

Monday 24 July at 10am

Bronze, Junior and Young Imp Members

Tuesday 25 July at 10am

General Admission

Wednesday 26 July at 10am


Parking in the South Common will be available for £6 and can be purchased in advance online HERE.

Further details

Please note that home tickets are digital and can be printed at home. If you do not have the facility to print your ticket(s), please email by 5pm on the day before the corresponding game.


Pay on the day

Office opening hours (Mon – Fri between 10am and 5pm).

Via the ticket office from 10am (subject to availability)

Click HERE for the Imps’ ticketing website.

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