Wycombe manager Gary Waddock is expected to make changes for the trip to his former club Aldershot.

Waddock was furious with his side's display in the 4-1 defeat at League Two leaders Chesterfield in midweek and promised to make changes.

Midfielders Matt Bloomfield, Kevin Betsy and Scott Donnelly were all on the bench in midweek but could come in while Stuart Beavon is an option up front.

On-loan Watford defender Rob Kiernan is undergoing intensive treatment on a hip injury after he limped off just after the hour mark, meaning veteran Chris Westwood could start.

Left-back Andy Sandell is still sidelined with a knee injury that is expected to keep him out for a minimum of six weeks, while defender Dave Winfield serves the second game of a three-match ban following his part in the mass brawl at Macclesfield last week.

Aldershot will have defender Anthony Straker back in the squad.

Left-back Straker had been with the Chairboys on loan for a month but returned this week and could come straight back in to face his recent team-mates.

Midfielder Alex Rodman is still struggling with a calf injury sustained in training at the back end of last week which has forced him out of the last two games.

Striker Luke Medley will again be in the squad after he signed on loan from Mansfield this week and winger Jermaine McGlashan could start as he tries to overcome shin splints.

Midfielder John Halls has returned from a long-term groin problem while Jack Randall broke his leg while on loan at Didcot Town recently and is a long-term absentee.

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