Chairboys breeze to win: Match Review

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Wycombe leap-frogged Stevenage after securing a deserved 2-0 victory at Broadhall Way.

Stevenage began the game brightly and Scott Laird went close with an early shot with flew inches wide.

The visitors clawed their way into the game, though, and Andy Sandell almost broke the deadlock when his shot was superbly saved by Chris Day.

It was no surprise when Wycombe went in front 10 minutes before half-time.

A corner was swung in from Gareth Ainsworth and well-travelled midfielder Kevin Betsy was on hand to nod home from close range.

Seconds before the break Ainsworth's shot struck the post, before Stuart Beavon did grab the second goal, with a neat effort from just inside the Stevenage box.

After the break the hosts showed some renewed impetus and Ronnie Henry and Yemi Odubade almost grabbed a goal back, but Wycombe hung on comfortably in the end and were worthy winners.

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Gareth Ainsworth
Kevin Betsy
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