Date: 4th March 2009 at 3:40pm
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Hapless Chester City capitulated again at Adams Park on Tuesday night, extending their winless streak to 13 games.

Yet to win in 2009, Chester City continued to struggle against a strong promotion chasing Wycombe side. It was always going to be a difficult for Chester to overcome the Wanderers, but with Bournemouth, Luton and Barnet all making ground on City, the Blues now face a massive relegation dogfight on Saturday when they face Barnet.

Now that they are just four points away from safety, this is a must win match, but considering Barnet’s midweek victory over high flying Rochdale, the Bees will be no pushovers for Mark Wright’s men.

Matt Phillips and Jon-Paul Pittman bagged the goals that earned the Bucks a deserved victory, which put them into second place in the League Two table.