Relegated Wycombe will be without forward Stuart Beavon when Gillingham visit Adams Park.
Beavon broke his leg in the Berks & Bucks Cup final defeat to Maidenhead United and an x-ray has revealed he will be out for an initial three months.
Manager Gary Waddock may make changes as he prepares for a season back in League Two but with the Gills' future yet to be decided he may keep faith with his strongest XI.
Alan Bennett is back in contention after the on-loan Brentford defender recovered from injury faster than expected while Julian Kelly could return at right-back after a hamstring problem.
Captain Adam Hinshelwood is sidelined with a knee injury and Leon Johnson (knee) and Ian Westlake (ankle) remain a few weeks away from a return.
Gillingham will be without Chris Dickson as they look to secure their survival in League One by claiming at least a point.
The 25-year-old returned to parent club Charlton after his second loan spell came to an end following Saturday's 2-1 win against Southampton.
Mark Stimson's men are two points clear of fourth-bottom Tranmere going into the final day but a point would be enough to secure their League One status for another season as they have a far superior goal difference.
Stimson will also be without defensive trio Barry Fuller (broken nose), Simon King and Garry Richards (both ankle) as the Gills seek a first away league win of the season.
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