A look at the home of this weekend's opponents
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Ticket Information: We have been sent another 393 tickets for Saturday's crucial relegation battle against Wycombe. This match is all ticket for visiting fans.
The game at Adams Park takes place on Saturday, and tickets are still on general sale.
Tickets are now only available from Pirate Leisure at the Memorial Stadium - the Supporters Club shop in Kingswood have sold out of their allocation.
Rovers were sent an initial 1,800 tickets in the Dreams Stand, and we have sold over 1,600 of these.
Tickets in the away end are priced at £18 for adults, £14 for 60+, £12 for young adults (19-25), £9 for Juniors (8-18) and £5 for U7s. They will be on sale until 12pm on Friday.
Any away fans found in the home end will be ejected from the ground and have their names passed on to the police.
Away Capacity: 2,350
How To Get There: The stadium is located on the outskirts of Wycombe on the Sands Industrial Estate. Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 towards Aylesbury. Turn left at the 4th roundabout into Lane End Road and then continue straight down this road. Cross another roundabout and into Hillbottom Road. The ground is down at the very bottom of this road. Follow signs for London Wasps.
SatNav: HP12 4HJ
Distance: 102.0 miles
Duration: 1 hour 52 minutes
Away Facilities: Away fans are mostly located at one end of the ground in the Dreams Stand, where just over 2,000 supporters can be accommodated. At the stadium itself there is the Scores Bar and Vere Suite which welcome away fans. There is no entry charge for supporters to enter. As the ground is on the edge of an industrial estate, there aren't many other drinking establishments around. There is a fair sized car park located at the ground which costs £5 per car (free if there are four or more people in the car), or some of the industrial units provide match day parking (also at around £3).
Last visit: Rovers last visit to Adams Park in December 2012 ended in a 2-0 defeat. This followed the controversial decision to abandon the original fixture in August on 67 minutes with Rovers 3-1 up, when a lightening storm hit Adams Park.