Wycombe manager Gary Waddock could have defender Lewis Hunt back for the visit of Hartlepool.

Hunt has not started for the Chairboys since mid-February but is close to a return after a groin injury and may be pressed into service as Waddock has no other right-backs available.

Winger Kevin Betsy filled in at full-back against Walsall on Monday after on-loan Reading man Julian Kelly tore his hamstring against Huddersfield - an injury which has ended his season.

Also out for the season is Brentford loanee Alan Bennett who picked up an ankle injury in training.

However, centre-half Leon Johnson is still out as he recovers from surgery on his hip injury and midfielders Lewwis Spence (knee) and Ian Westlake (knee) are also sidelined.

Hartlepool director of sport Chris Turner looks set to name an unchanged side for the third consecutive game.

Pools claimed two priceless victories against Leyton Orient and Brighton over the Easter Weekend and Turner is set to reward the players for their performances meaning Armann Bjornsson and on-loan striker Roy O`Donovan will continue their striking partnership.

Should he make changes, Ritchie Jones is pushing for a recall after starring for the reserves in midweek, while James Brown and Peter Hartley could come in for Leon McSweeney and Steve Haslam.

Turner`s side are currently 16th in Coca-Cola League one and will be desperate for a victory at Adams Park as they look to ensure survival as soon as possible.

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