Apr 7 2012 By Greg Burns
GARY Waddock said his Wycombe side have to back up their latest last-gasp draw at bottom-side Chesterfield on Monday.
The Blues boss will be in the stands at the Bescot Stadium to see the Spirerites take on their relegation rivals Walsall today.
It is a crunch game in the survival shake-up ahead of Wycombe's visit to the b2net on Monday.
“Me and Dobbo (assistant Richard Dobson) are making the trip up to Walsall and it gives us an opportunity to have a look at Chesterfield,” he said.
“We go into Monday's game now against Chesterfield and if we can get a positive result up there we put ourselves right back into the mix.”
Blues fans have been left pouring over the league table and fixture lists to predict how the season will pan out.
With Wycombe travelling to Charlton and Sheffield Wednesday in their final three games and hosting Notts County, Waddock believes it is impossible to predict what will be needed.
He said: “It is easy to say 'each game as it comes' but we have five games of the season left. The last three – teams who are possibly champions, possibly second and fighting for play-offs – are difficult games.
“We have just got to pick up as many points as we can and, hopefully, a few more teams will get dragged into it.”