The low-down on Saturday's opponents, Wycombe Wanderers.
In the build-up to Saturday's encounter, Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth alluded to the vocal away support that Rovers fans will generate come 3pm on Saturday afternoon - with over 1,000 supporters making the trip to back Darrell Clarke's side.
The former Preston and Port Vale player, who has been at the helm at Wycombe since 2012, also described how he hopes to carry momentum from their win on Tuesday night into the league.
Ainsworth told the Official Wycombe website,“Rovers have done really well in the past years – they’re a big club with big support and we know they’ll travel in good numbers, so we’re hoping to put 6,000 fans on the gate which would be fantastic.
“We had a blip against Doncaster last week and that was a rude awakening for us, but we’re hoping for the win and that’s what we’re going for. My confidence is high from Tuesday and it’s important that we now get some more league points on the board.”
Star Man - Jason McCarthy...
Described a 'massive coup' by Manager Gareth Ainsworth - the 22-year-old arrived at Adams Park from Barnsley in the summer.
The defender has previous experience of playing under Ainsworth, as he spent a season on loan with Wycombe back in the 2015/16 campaign, while he was at Southampton.
The defender signed a three-year deal on Deadline Day at Adams Park and featured in the Chairboys' victory in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.
Last season, McCarthy made over twenty appearances for the Yorkshire outfit in the Championship.
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