Wycombe manager Gary Waddock could have defender Julian Kelly back in his squad for the visit of promotion hopefuls Swindon.
The Reading loanee has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury which was expected to end his season but he is back in training and could return at right-back for the must-win game.
The Chairboys can be relegated on Saturday if they lose and both Exeter and Gillingham win but Waddock's side have won their last three games and appear to have found form at the right time.
Former Swindon striker Alex Revell has scored four goals in the last two games and will continue up front but captain Adam Hinshelwood is sidelined with a knee injury.
Leon Johnson (knee) and Ian Westlake (ankle) remain a few weeks away from a return while defender Alan Bennett has returned to parent club Brentford after injury ended his season.
Danny Wilson has no new injury or suspension problems to contend with as his stuttering Swindon side attempt to get their automatic promotion charge back on track.
The Robins have already been assured of a play-off place but second spot is the prize they crave and a 3-0 defeat at Colchester followed by back-to-back draws at home to Exeter and Walsall has not helped their cause.
Wilson may opt to freshen up his starting XI having kept faith with the same side for the past four games.
Striker Frank Nouble is one of those available to the Robins boss after he this week extended his loan stay until the end of the season, whether that involves the play-offs or not.
Callum Kennedy (pelvis) played 90 minutes for the reserves on Wednesday and could get some first-team action sooner rather than later, while Alan O`Brien (hamstring) is also stepping up his training but is highly unlikely to play again this season.
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