Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler has no fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of the match with Wycombe at the Priestfield Stadium.
Hessenthaler has vowed to shake-up his squad following Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Northampton by bringing in some loan signings but for the moment he looks like sticking with the same team hoping for a better performance.
One change he could make is the inclusion of number two goalkeeper Lance Cronin, who missed the weekend's game with a foot injury with youth-team Darren Hawkes taking his place on the bench. But Cronin will regain his place if he comes through a late fitness test.
Curtis Weston (thigh), Josh Gowling (virus), remain sidelined as do trio Danny Jackman, Mark McCammon and Andy Barcham who continue to recover from ankle problems.
Defender Simon King is still unavailable but has returned to training following his long absence with an ankle injury picked up in a pre-season match with Bromley in August 2009 and could be back playing within two weeks.
Wycombe boss Gary Waddock will again be without midfielder Matt Bloomfield for the trip.
Bloomfield missed the 2-2 draw with Lincoln on Saturday after suffering a hamstring injury with Reading loanee Scott Davies slotting into the midfield.
Davies scored a superb goal in the draw so will keep his place as the Chairboys look to defend their unbeaten away record.
Midfielder Stuart Green has been ruled out for six weeks after suffering an ankle injury in training, but having yet to feature for the first team this season, he is unlikely to have been involved anyway.
Forward Jon-Paul Pitman is out until the new year with a knee injury so Ben Strevens and Stuart Beavon will continue in attack.
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