Wycombe Wanderers host Swansea City in the Championship on Saturday in a 12:30pm kick-off at the Adams Park Stadium -here’s all you need to know about live streaming the game.
Both sides were knocked out of the EFL Cup in the first round so have had a whole week to mentally and physically prepare for this clash.
The hosts are 15/4 to record their first win of the season, with the draw 11/4. Swansea are odds-on at 3 /4 to record an away win.
The odds reflect what has been a tough start to life for Gareth Ainsworth’s side in the second-tier for the first time in the club’s history.
Wycombe are yet to score a goal at this level having been defeated 1-0 at home to fellow promoted side Rotherham in their opening game, before being hammered 5-0 at Blackburn last weekend.
Steve Cooper’s side, meanwhile, are yet to concede a goal in their first two league games, but were held to a disappointing scoreless draw at home to Birmingham City last weekend.
They’ll be hoping to put that right here with a convincing win at Wycombe as they look to secure at least a play-off spot once again.
Former Marseille winger Andre Ayew was the club’s top goalscorer last season and he’s 2/1 to score anytime here (Betfair). The Ghana international is an exceptional player at this level, reportedly earning more than Wycombe’s starting XI combined. He’s also on penalty duty, so 2/1 looks a good price for him to score against what he may find to be weak opposition by his own high standards.
Strike partner Jamal Lowe and creative midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White, who scored on his debut in the win at Preston, are 13/5 and 4/1 respectively to score against the Chairboys (also Betfair).
Scott Kashket has received the nod from Ainsworth in the central striking role for both of Wycombe’s league defeats, and the 25-year-old is 15/4 to score his first goal at this level (bet365). However, new signing Uche Ikpeazu may be fit to start and is 9/2 to score his first goal for the club (also bet365).
Left-back Joe Jacobsen was the club’s top goalscorer with 12 in all competitions last season, largely through being on penalties, and is a massive 15/2 to score his first of the campaign against Swansea (888 Sport).
Striker Adebayo Akinfenwa, nicknamed ‘The Beast’ due to his immense physicality, is still rehabilitating from knee surgery in the summer.
Given Swansea’s relative solidity at the back and Wycombe’s lack of offensive creativity, I like the look of Swansea to win and Both Teams To Score No at 15/8 (Sky Bet).