Oxford United make the short trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1 (3pm)
United welcome back Will Goodwin, Oisin Smyth and Josh McEachran who all come into contention after injury.
Goodwin wasn't risked against Wigan as a precaution but has trained fully since Tuesday and will be available while McEachran had a wisdom tooth removed on Tuesday but has also been involved in training alongside midfielder Smyth and the returning Joe Bennett who made a cameo appearance on Tuesday.
With Sam Long, Billy Bodin, and Josh Murphy playing in the draw at Blackpool and Jay Matete and Owen Dale also in the squad United have plenty of options with Kyle Edwards and Marcus Browne edging ever closer to a return as well.
See a full interview with Jay Matete, plus a longer version of the Des Buckingham interview below, all in iFollow.
Wycombe have had the best of recent meetings between the teams with four wins and two draws in the last six games.
An excellent 5-2 win over promotion hopefuls Peterborough United last weekend was followed by a narrow 2-1 defeat at Bolton on Tuesday so the Chairboys, currently in 15th place in the table, are in decent form.
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