Date: 7th April 2008 at 6:01pm
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Wycombe looked like they were slipping to a home defeat against the League Two leaders Peterborough when an injury-time penalty was awarded, this was converted and a point was gained in a 2-2 draw.

Stefan Oakes hit a brilliant free-kick to give the hosts an early lead but goals from George Boyd and Liam Hatch saw the guests, and League leaders ahead. Victory looked like being Peterborough’s until a penalty was awarded in injury-time, up stepped Scott McGleish to score his 22nd of the season.

Wycombe stayed in the play-off places as a result and have a game in hand over play-off chasing Chesterfield, who are 2 points adrift.

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