The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -

WY­COMBE fans would have left Adams Park won­der­ing if their glass was half full or half empty after an ag­o­nis­ing fin­ish to their goal­less draw with Bury.

The home side hit the bar twice in the dy­ing min­utes but failed to con­vert one point into three de­spite hav­ing the bet­ter of their pro­mo­tion-am­bi­tious vis­i­tors.

The Chairboys es­caped rel­e­ga­tion to the wilder­ness of Non-League on goal dif­fer­ence last sea­son and Gareth Ainsworth’s side and their sup­port­ers will be buoyed by the start they have made this term.

With three wins and just the sin­gle de­feat from their open­ing six fix­tures, this re­sult and per­for­mance against the much-fan­cied Shak­ers is a telling sign of pos­i­tiv­ity com­ing from the Buck­ing­hamshire club.

For Bury, their un­beaten run in the league stretches to five games and they look a strong prospect for a top-seven fin­ish this sea­son – even if they may feel for­tu­nate to have taken a point away.

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