An own goal from Toto Nsiala just before half time set the tone, and Wanderers' misery was compounded just after the hour mark when Joe Jacobson scored the second from the penalty spot.
Here's how the players rated.
Lost half a mark for conceding the penalty but in truth he was left exposed. Made a couple of decent stops.
JOSH EMMANUEL… 4
Struggled badly with positioning and looked to be riding a knife-edge with the referee after tussling several times with Onyedinma.
JACK HOBBS… 6
Worked hard against Akinfenwa and won a reasonable amount of first balls but the big centre-half is still feeling his way back to full fitness.
Let the ball bounce in front of him a little too much, which led to the break for the second-half penalty. Better than that.
Game as ever but found himself overloaded at times. Physically he found himself at a disadvantage.
Much had been made about his comeback but the young winger found himself on the periphery of the game too often.
Kept busy in the midfield first half but was passive on the ball at times. Moved to full-back, where he played well.
Used the ball pretty well for the opening hour but his effect on the game lessened as time went on.
Made a very bright start and had a couple of Bolton’s better efforts on goal. After that he struggled to make an impact.
Just wasn’t happening for the big striker. Linked up a few times with Murphy in the first half but didn’t make a dent after moving wide after the interval.
DARYL MURPHY… 5.5
Saw more of the ball than he did in the two away defeats and was unlucky with one first-half effort. But he was another whose influence waned.
Subs: Dodoo 46 (for Emmanuel), Bunney 68 (for Fleming), Mellis 68 (for O’Grady)
Not used: Delaney, Brockbank, Graham, Alexander
Wycombe Wanderers (4-4-2): Allsop; McCarthy, Stewart, Charles, Jacobson; Smyth, Gape, Thomspn; Wheeler, Akinfenwa, Onyedinma.
Subs: Oforboh 73 (for Onyedinma), Samuel 81 (for Akinfenwa), Parker 89 (for Smyth)
Not used: Jambati, Pattison, Freeman, Parker, Stockdale
Referee: Graham Salisbury 6/10
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