Wycombe will hand a late fitness test to Andy Sandell ahead of the visit of Cheltenham.

The left-back - who has scored seven goals this season - picked up a knee injury in the win over Rotherham 10 days ago and he remains a concern.

Danny Foster is in line to start if required while manager Gary Waddock will have to make another change in the back four as Dave Winfield is suspended.

The centre-half begins a two-game ban after picking up his 10th booking of the season against the Millers. Alan Bennett and Leon Johnson will battle for his place.

Winger Kevin Betsy is fit again after a groin injury and striker Jon-Paul Pittman is back in the fold after months out with a knee injury.

New loan signing Matt Green could make his Cheltenham debut.

The striker has signed from Oxford until the end of the season and will compete with Wes Thomas and Jeff Goulding to start at Adams Park although, with 22 goals between Town`s current front two, Green is likely to start on the bench.

Wide man Josh Low remains a concern after pulling a muscle in training on Friday which led to him missing Saturday`s 1-1 draw at the Kassam Stadium.

Defender Andy Gallinagh is looking at around three weeks on the sidelines having undergone double hernia surgery.

Fellow centre-back Martin Riley made his return from a hamstring injury at the weekend and has suffered no ill-effects.

Striker Shaun Jeffers has returned to Coventry after his six-month loan spell came to an end, meaning he will be unavailable.

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