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southchurch

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Wycombe outplayed Plymouth for the most part in both their semi-final games. I know Phil will have been looking at the tape over the last week and trying to learn something from it. I think the fans of most clubs can see what when wrong when they lose. From a Plymouth point of view they are convinced they gave Wycombe far too much respect, as in they defended very deep and tried to nullify Wycombe’s attacking flare in this way. It was only in the second half of the second leg when they finally began to attack and stopped worrying too much about Wycombe because they had nothing to lose at that point.
This is what’s niggling me going into the Wembley game. Phil Brown likes to keep it tight at the back and is happy to squeeze out a 1-0. I think if we drop deep early and give Wycombe the upper hand it could all get ugly.

Can we learn from the Plymouth game or is this a one off were all previous form is forgotten?
 
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