Wycombe v Coventry preview
Last Updated: 26/02/18 5:10pm
Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth could make defensive changes for the visit of Coventry.
Wanderers were unchanged on Saturday but found themselves 4-0 behind at home to struggling Morecambe after 52 minutes.
Dan Scarr is fit again after a hamstring injury and has been on the bench for the last two matches but the defender might be recalled on Tuesday night.
Sam Saunders and Sido Jombati (both knee) are close to first team returns but Anthony Stewart (calf) and Michael Harriman (broken leg) are longer-term absentees.
Coventry will be without Jordan Willis.
The defender was sent off at Mansfield on Saturday and must now serve a suspension.
Sky Blues boss Mark Robins has no new injury problems as he looks for a first win in five league matches.
Tom Davies (fractured collarbone) is still not ready to return while Jodi Jones and Tony Andreu will not play again until next season due to their knee injuries.
This will be just the second meeting Wycombe and Coventry in the English Football League after the Sky Blues came out 3-2 winners at the Ricoh Arena back in December, courtesy of a Marc McNulty brace, with the winner coming from the penalty spot.
In all competitions, Coventry have won all four meetings between these two sides in the 21st Century, winning twice in the FL Trophy last season and also in September 2014.
Morecambe ended Wycombe's eight-game unbeaten run last time out. The Chairboys haven't lost successive league games since a run of five in February 2017.
Coventry have only won once in their last eight league away trips (D2 L5), picking up just one point on the road in their last four (D1 L3).
Adebayo Akinfenwa has been directly involved in 10 goals in his last 11 appearances for Wycombe in League Two (five goals, five assists).