Chairboys duo miss out
Wycombe will be without Josh Scowen and Paris Cowan-Hall when they face Plymouth.
Scowen was booked for the 10th time this season in Saturday's 2-1 win over Hartlepool and will now serve a two-match ban while former Pilgrim Cowan-Hall will miss out on a reunion with his old club having injured his ankle early in that match.
His absence means Matt McClure looks likely to start having scored following his introduction while manager Gareth Ainsworth could call on Jesse Kewley-Graham or Matt Spring to replace Scowen in midfield as captain Stuart Lewis remains sidelined with an hamstring strain.
Ainsworth's men host the Pilgrims looking to make it seven games unbeaten.
Plymouth's strike duo look set to line up together once again when they make the trip to Adams Park.
Manager John Sheridan substituted Lewis Alessandra and top scorer Reuben Reid during the second half of Argyle's 2-1 defeat by Bristol Rovers on Saturday but the Pilgrims boss revealed their withdrawals were to ease the workload on the pair with the fixtures coming thick and fast.
And they look likely to be given the nod from the start once more against the Chairboys and Sheridan could even name an unchanged line-up as he has no fresh injury worries.
That loss at the Memorial Stadium was Plymouth's first for almost a month and they will look to get their play-off push back on track against the Blues.