As you were for Chairboys
Wycombe have no fresh injury worries as they look to climb away from danger against Fleetwood.
The 0-0 draw with Accrington on Saturday made it eight League Two games without a win for Gareth Ainsworth's men, a run stretching back to December 21, and they have failed to score in their last three matches.
Strikers Dean Morgan and Paris Cowan-Hall returned to the line-up at the weekend, while Reece Styche will hope to keep his place in the side having come closest to breaking the deadlock against Stanley.
Charles Dunne (fractured tibia) is out of his cast and on the comeback trail while fellow defender Tommy Fletcher is continuing his rehabilitation from a pulled thigh.
Fleetwood could have Alex Marrow and Jamille Matt in their squad for the trip.
The pair had been rated as touch-and-go prior to Friday night's clash at Newport but, with that game postponed, the extra few days may have worked in the duo's favour.
Midfielder Marrow, on loan from Blackburn, has been struggling with a hamstring problem and illness while striker Matt's knee injury has kept him sidelined since October. Both trained last week and could at least be in the travelling party.
However, Jeff Hughes is potentially out for the rest of the campaign after suffering a broken leg against Hartlepool.