Wycombe Wanderers host Luton Town on Saturday afternoon and the Chairboys will be hoping to replicate their visitor's great escape from last season.

Nathan Jones’ side lost just one of their last 11 matches in the previous campaign to keep Luton in the Championship.

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This season they were early play-off hopefuls and even though they have fallen from the top-six chasing pack they are already one point from last season’s tally of 51 points.

Wanderers will be hoping to make it three wins on the bounce for the first time ever in the Championship after impressive wins against Blackburn Rovers and fellow relegation rivals Rotherham.

Luton inflicted a 2-0 defeat early on this season as a part of a tough start to Championship life for the Chairboys.

However, since then Gareth Ainsworth’s side has handled themselves in England’s second division and the Wycombe boss is hoping they can continue their good run of form against The Hatters.

Ainsworth said: “It is going to be tough, all Championship games are.

“Luton have seen what it takes to survive in their first year and they invested and spent a bit of money on bringing some players.

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“They are a good outfit, Nathan Jones is a good manager and is very key to Luton town and what happens at that football club.

“It is always tough when Luton come to Wycombe and a local derby but I think those derby feelings are a little bit less because we have so much to focus on.

“It is going to be a tough game and we will have to be on our A-game because I want the boys to keep this run going.”

Back-to-back wins over the Easter weekend have given the Chairboy’s survival hopes one last boost.

Luton will travel to Adams Park this Saturday for a 3pm kick-off.