John Halls could be included in the Wycombe squad when Sheffield United visit Adams Park.

The defender has been sidelined by an Achilles injury for the past month but came through the full 90 minutes unscathed in a practice match against AFC Wimbledon this week. He could be included on the bench.

Winger Kevin Betsy will wear a protective cast for the next six weeks after breaking his hand in the defeat at Yeovil.

Defender Dave Winfield has been given the all-clear to resume training in early October following his groin operation, while striker Matt McClure will see a surgeon on Monday to discuss his rehabilitation from a dislocated ankle.

Wycombe are staring down the barrel of an unwanted club record in Gary Waddock's 100th game as manager.

Defeat would be their sixth league loss in a row and if Wanderers fail to score it will be first time they have not hit the back of the net in half a dozen games in their entire 124-year history.

Sheffield United midfielder Nick Montgomery hopes to return to the squad for his side's first-ever away game against the Chairboys.

Montgomery, who has missed the last five matches after damaging ankle ligaments against Yeovil last month, is expected to return to the substitutes' bench.

Central defender Neill Collins has been missing from training this week after being forced out of last week's win over Colchester with injured ribs and he could face a late fitness test.

French defender Lescinal Jean-Francois replaced Collins last weekend and will retain his place if Collins fails to make it.

Manager Danny Wilson has no other new injury or suspension worries as the Blades look to extend their four-game unbeaten league record away from home this season.

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