Wycombe manager Gary Waddock has no fresh injury problems as he looks to avenge last year's humiliation at the hands of Huddersfield.
The Chairboys were thumped 6-0 at the Galpharm live on television last November and Waddock will be hoping for a massively improved performance at Adams Park.
Waddock's side have drawn their last four games but remain seven points short of getting out of the League One drop zone.
Centre-half Leon Johnson is still out as he recovers from surgery on his hip injury while midfielders Lewwis Spence (knee) and Ian Westlake (knee) are also sidelined.
Chris Westwood, Kevin Betsy and Matt Harrold are likely to be the only three players who started the thrashing in Yorkshire to start the rematch.
Huddersfield's teenage striker Nathan Eccleston will return from suspension.
Eccleston, on loan from Liverpool, has completed a three-game ban following his dismissal in last month's defeat at Gillingham.
The 19-year-old, who scored on his debut for the Terriers at Yeovil at the end of January, will give manager Lee Clark more options in attack.
Clark has been forced to start with Jordan Rhodes and Theo Robinson up front for the last two matches as both Lee Novak (knee) and Robbie Simpson (thigh) are sidelined through injury.
Midfielder Antony Kay could return to contention after missing last week's home draw with Charlton through illness.
Huddersfield, who have won only one of their last six league encounters, cannot afford to drop points against second-bottom Wycombe if they are to close the three-point gap between them and the top six.
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