Wycombe Wanderers Vs Oldham Athletic, Sat 19 Dec 2009

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Wycombe manager Gary Waddock has no fresh injury concerns heading into the clash with Oldham at Adams Park this weekend.

Leon Johnson and Lewis Montrose are still missing for the Chairboys with their respective knee and hip complaints, while Gareth Ainsworth has returned to QPR before the end of his loan spell.

Ainsworth tore his calf and has gone back to Loftus Road ahead of the expiration of his deal with the Chairboys on Saturday.

John Akinde, however, has extended his loan deal with Wanderers and will now remain on loan from Bristol City until January.

Waddock has no suspensions to contend with, although on-loan Scott Davies is one yellow card away from a one-match ban.

Oldham boss Dave Penney is set to be without defender Paul Black for the trip.

The Latics halted their recent slump by securing a first win in seven league games with a 2-0 victory over Exeter last weekend.

Rookie left-back Black, 19, hobbled off the field six minutes before half-time against the Grecians.

The injury is not as serious as first feared but he is set to miss out the game, which could see Joe Jacobson switched to full-back.

Oldham are still without several players due to injury but the crisis is beginning to ease.

Pawel Abbott, Chris Taylor and Reuben Hazell are heading back towards full fitness and should come into contention for the Boxing Day clash with Tranmere.

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Paul Black
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Scott Davies
Bristol City
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Pawel Abbott
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Wigan Athletic
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