Wycombe Wanderers Vs Bury, Sat 11 Dec 2010

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Wycombe manager Gary Waddock will be back to full strength for the visit of in-form Bury.

The Chairboys have not played since beating Chelmsford in the FA Cup at the end of November but will be in action this weekend thanks to undersoil heating at Adams Park.

Trio Keiran Murtagh, Marvin McCoy and Josh Parker all missed the Chelmsford win as they were on international duty with Antigua and Barbuda for CONCACAF Gold Cup qualifiers but all three will be back in the squad.

Waddock is not expected to make any changes to his starting XI with on-loan Dagenham & Redbridge midfielder Stuart Lewis impressing and Scott Rendell continuing his good form in attack.

Jon-Paul Pittman is the only long-term injury worry as he recovers from a knee injury as the Shakers look for a club record seventh away win on the spin.

Bury boss Alan Knill is boosted by the return of skipper Steven Schumacher for the trip.

Schumacher has had time to recover from an ankle knock and he will return to the squad against the Chairboys, as will fellow midfielder Damien Mozika who has now served a one-match suspension.

Striker Andy Bishop remains sidelined through injury but could return to action next month.

The Shakers' clash at Wycombe is likely to beat the weather courtesy of the undersoil heating at Adams Park.

And Knill said: "We know it is going to be a very tough game but it is a good chance for us to get some points on the board. We are going there full of confidence."

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