Harrison set for Robins return
Cheltenham striker Byron Harrison looks set for a recall to the side to face Wycombe.
The Robins' top scorer picked up a knock against Oxford last Tuesday but caught the eye having been introduced as a second-half substitute against Torquay on Saturday and he should be ready to start against the Blues.
Manager Mark Yates, who has called on his side to start brightly after a forgettable first half against the Gulls, is keen for David Noble to be involved once more after two substitute appearances last week as the Rotherham loanee builds up his match fitness.
Cheltenham's four-game unbeaten run has lifted them to 11th in Sky Bet League Two, five points off the play-offs.
Wycombe will be without Sam Togwell after a debut to forget.
The midfielder arrived on loan from Chesterfield on Friday afternoon only to see red on his first appearance a day later as his new employees lost 2-0 at York and he will now serve a one-match ban.
Manager Gareth Ainsworth apologised to the 248 supporters who made the long trek and he could be set to shuffle his pack against the Robins.
Josh Scowen has served his two-match suspension and looks likely to be involved while striker Steven Craig will hope to be given the nod.