|Huddersfield Town:||Pipa, Lewis O’Brien, Juninho Bacuna, Ryan Schofield, Naby Sarr, Alex Vallejo (Alex Pritchard, min.67), Isaac Mbenza (Sorba Thomas, min.87), Richard Keogh, Duane Holmes (Scott High, min.79), Jonathan Hogg and Fraizer Campbell|
|Wycombe Wanderers:||Ryan Allsop, Anthony Stewart, Jack Grimmer, Uche Ikpeazu, Ryan Tafazolli, David Wheeler, Anis Mehmeti, Garath McCleary (Fred Onyedinma, min.83), Josh Knight, Joe Jacobson (Jordan Obita, min.73) and Daryl Horgan|
|Stadium:||John Smith’s Stadium|
|Goals:||Juninho Bacuna (1-0, min. 18), Isaac Mbenza (2-0, min. 42), Anis Mehmeti (2-1, min. 45), Joe Jacobson (2-2, min. 63) and Josh Knight (2-3, min. 87)|
Wycombe Wanderers’ 3-2 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday, was hard fought at John Smith’s Stadium. Huddersfield Town arrived with the intention of increasing their league score following a disappointing 1-1 draw with Luton Town in their previous game. Wycombe Wanderers lost 3-0 in the last match they played against Nottingham Forest. After today’s result, Huddersfield Town are currently 18th with 33 points from 29 matches, while Wycombe Wanderers sit in 24th, with 19 points from 29.
Huddersfield Town started the first half well, beginning with Juninho Bacuna opening the scoring, 18 minutes in. Later, Huddersfield Town scored again thanks to a goal from Isaac Mbenza in the 42nd minute to establish the 2-0. However, Wycombe Wanderers just before half-time pull-back via a Anis Mehmeti goal, which saw the first half end 2-1.
Wycombe Wanderers continued to pile on the pressure the second half and were rewarded, thanks to a goal from Joe Jacobson, 63 minutes in. Later, Wycombe Wanderers scored again and turned the match thanks to a goal from Josh Knight in the 87th minute just before the final whistle, sealing a resounding 3-2 victory for the away side.
For Huddersfield Town, Alex Pritchard, Scott High and Sorba Thomas came on for Joe Jacobson and Garath McCleary, while Wycombe Wanderers replaced Jordan Obita and Fred Onyedinma with Joe Jacobson and Garath McCleary.
There were bookings for Isaac Mbenza, Pipa, Duane Holmes and Jonathan Hogg from Huddersfield Town and Ryan Tafazolli, Jack Grimmer, Anthony Stewart and Uche Ikpeazu for Wycombe Wanderers.
Huddersfield Town will play away against Middlesbrough, while Wycombe Wanderers will face Derby County at home.