‘We need to be at our best for play-offs’
Wanderers star Bean warns of Plymouth danger
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Wycombe might have to face the play-offs without Matt Ingram, who went off injured during the final day win over Northampton, having previously played in every game this season.
Bean said: “For me, Matt’s the best keeper in the league, but Alex Lynch is a confident young man. Like all keepers he’s got a bit of a screw loose, but he would be an able deputy.”
Ingram’s is one of a number of injuries that have plagued Wycombe in recent weeks, with Bean himself moved from his more familiar midfield role to deputise for the crocked Sido Jombati at right-back.
He said: “I must admit, it’s a career new for me. This was my third game there and I think I’ve done okay.
“I wouldn’t say I’m enjoying it, but I will play wherever asked and do a job.
just play our own
“I don’t want to be labelled as a full-back now though!”
Unlike team-mate Paul Hayes, who already has two successful play-off campaigns under his belt, Bean has had mixed experiences with them in the past.
He added: “I went into League One with Blackpool.
“We had the momentum with us after winning something like 12 games in a row, so the belief was there, which is key.
“With QPR we lost to Cardiff, which was like a home game for them because it was at the Millennium Stadium, and that played a massive part.”
The first leg of the play-off semi final is away at Plymouth on Saturday with Wanderers enjoying a home advantage for the second leg on Thursday May 14.
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