Bristol Rovers vs Wycombe preview
Last Updated: 18/01/19 2:18pm
Bristol Rovers hope to be unchanged at home to Wycombe.
New boss Graham Coughlan has overseen an upturn in form since settling into the hot-seat, and a six-game unbeaten run has taken Rovers out of the Sky Bet League One relegation zone.
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis, who has been troubled by a knee injury, could miss out after coming off in the goalless draw at Accrington. Rovers must assess their defensive options further as Tom Broadbent, who was in the matchday squad at Accrington last weekend, joined League Two Swindon on Friday.
Wycombe captain Matt Bloomfield has been passed fit for the Chairboys. Bloomfield returned to action last weekend after three months out with a knee problem and suffered no reaction from that appearance.
Paris Cowan-Hall scored twice in that late 3-2 comeback win over Doncaster and will start against the club where he spent a short loan spell in 2015. Goalkeeper Yves Ma-Kalambay (finger) and defender Darius Charles (hip) remain manager Gareth Ainsworth's only injury concerns.
Bristol Rovers have won five of their last six matches against Wycombe in all competitions (L1).
None of the last 25 matches between Bristol Rovers and Wycombe Wanderers in all competitions have ended as a draw.
Bristol Rovers have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three league games; they last kept four successive shutouts in the Football League in December 1992 when in the second tier.
Wycombe have only managed one win in their last 10 league away games (D4 L5), losing both of the last two.
Wycombe Wanderers have scored 15 goals in the last 15 minutes of League One action this season; at least four more than any other side in the division.