Wycombe boss Peter Taylor insists his side's promotion push is still on course despite his side registering their fourth draw in five games at Barnet.
Chris Zebroski's second-half strike salvaged a 1-1 draw - their fourth draw in five games. The frontman, who only won an appeal against his sending-off at the weekend hours before kick-off, turned in second-half substitute Matty Phillips' back-post cross in the 68th minute
"To some people one win in five could be seen as a downturn in our form but to me we are still playing well and we are still up there," said Taylor.
"If we are drawing away from home then I will be a happy man. I'd have settled for a draw before the start of the game and I'll settle for a point again on Saturday."
Brentford boss Andy Scott fired a broadside at the Football League for putting on a full programme of matches on a Champions League night.
Less than 4,000 turned out to watch the Bees comfortably ease past Morecambe with a 3-1 win that stretched their unbeaten run to 11 games.
But Scott said: "It doesn't make sense to me that there's a full fixture list when you've got Manchester United on the box. You can't blame the Morecambe fans for not wanting to make the trip and I think it's something that needs looking at.
"We played some of the best football of the season and it's a shame that more people weren't here to see it, but we've got a big game against Shrewsbury on Saturday and hopefully it'll be different."
Bury boss Alan Knill was furious with his side's sluggish start to their 2-1 defeat against in-form Rotherham.
He said: "If you want to do well you have to keep clean sheets and we are just not mentally strong enough at the start of games."
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