Southend boss Steve Tilson has a fully fit squad available for the visit of Wycombe to Roots Hall.

The Shrimpers have no new injury concerns but centre-back Jean-Yves M'Voto will not feature as he continues his rehabilitation from hip surgery.

The on-loan Sunderland defender did come through 45 minutes of Wednesday's 2-2 reserve team draw with Ipswich's second string unscathed but the Frenchman is short of match fitness and remains out.

Left-back Scott Malone plays the final game of his loan spell from Wolves.

Tilson has already confirmed that he will be speaking to Molineux boss Mick McCarthy next week about the 19-year-old's future.

Wycombe's visit will see the return of winger Kevin Betsy who transferred to the Wanderers last week.

Wycombe could hand debuts to three new signings.

Goalkeeper Steve Arnold and midfielder Dean Keates have signed deals until the end of the season after they were released by their former clubs earlier this season while Josh Payne has joined on loan from West Ham.

However, Alex Revell is not available after he completed a complicated loan move from Southend but missed the deadline to play this week.

Midfielder Scott Davies has returned to parent club Reading after a three-month loan spell while goalkeeper Jamie Young has left the club after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

Young joins midfielder Tommy Doherty in leaving Gary Waddock's side in the last week.

Midfielders Lewis Montrose, Matt Bloomfield, Lewwis Spence and Ian Westlake are all absent through knee injuries while defender Leon Johnson remains out as he recovers from a hip operation.

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