Sep 28 2010 By Greg Burns
FREE-KICK specialist Andy Sandell will be licking his lips if he has the chance to fire a dead-ball at Barnet's goal tonight.
The 26-year-old left-back is now Wycombe's joint top-scorer after his stunning set-piece in the 2-2 draw with Shrewsbury on Saturday.
He said: "It was great to see it come off. I will practise a few again in case I get the chance again on Tuesday night."
It was an even more impressive goal given that the Shrews packed every single outfield player into the wall to prevent Sandell from scoring.
His reputation as one of League Two's deadliest free-kick takers is clearly growing after his similar strike at Northampton in August.
He said: "I looked around and they had every single player in the wall. I was thinking 'where am I going to put it?'. But I back my ability and thought I would aim for the top corner and thankfully it has gone in so I was happy."
Barnet visit Adams Park tonight having picked up their first point on the road this season with a 2-2 draw at Morecambe.
But they remain in the League Two drop zone and, if Wycombe have genuine promotion hopes, they should be beating them to record their first league win since the opening day.
Sandell said: "If we put in a good performance against Barnet and get a win then people will forget about the other results and that is what we will be trying to do.
"A good three points and performance against Barnet will, hopefully, see us kick-on and start turning these draws into wins."