Wycombe manager Gary Waddock will have Reading midfielder Scott Davies available for the final time when Charlton visit Adams Park.

Davies has been on loan since October, scoring four times, but he will return to the Madejski Stadium after Phil Parkinson's men have departed.

Waddock will be hoping to build on last weekend`s morale-boosting 1-1 draw at runaway leaders Leeds and is unlikely to make many changes.

Midfielders Lewis Montrose, Matt Bloomfield, Lewwis Spence and Ian Westlake are all absent through knee injuries so forward Stuart Beavon could again be pressed into action in an unfamiliar role.

Defender Leon Johnson remains out as he recovers from a hip operation as the Chairboys look for a win which could see them leapfrog Tranmere at the bottom of the table.

Christian Dailly and Deon Burton are set to return to the Charlton starting line-up.

Dailly missed the Addicks' last outing at Brentford on December 28 through illness but is now fully fit and should slot straight back in at centre-half.

And striker Burton has served a one-match ban for his Boxing Day red card and will expect to regain his place up front.

David Mooney has re-signed on loan from Reading after recovering from a knee injury and will vie with Chris Dickson, Leon McKenzie and Jonjo Shelvey for the second spot in attack.

Centre-back Sam Sodje serves the second game of his four-match ban and full-backs Kelly Youga (knee) and Frazer Richardson (hamstring) are likely to miss out again.

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