Kevan Hurst put the Saddlers ahead with a blistering 63rd minute drive – his third goal of the season – and George Bowerman added the second from a pass by fellow substitute Jon Macken.
Walsall could even afford a penalty miss – Alex Nicholls failing from the spot for the second time in a week as Chairboys goalkeeper Nikki Bull got down to smother his low effort.
The Saddlers easily contained a Wycombe side for whom Matty Whichelow shot wide in the first half and Stuart Beavon headed over.
Walsall’s star was 20-year-old Jamie Patterson, who went close on several occasions, as Wycombe were condemned to a third successive defeat.
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