Wycombe vs Fleetwood preview
Last Updated: 03/05/19 2:33pm
Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth could name an unchanged squad as his side look to secure their safety in Sky Bet League One against Fleetwood on Saturday.
Sido Jombati missed last week's 2-1 defeat at Wimbledon after picking up a knock on Easter Monday and it remains to be seen whether the defender will recover for Saturday's game.
The manager made one change to the Chairboys starting line-up for the AFC Wimbledon game and could be set to stick with the same starting 11. Ainsworth said he had a few players battling through the pain barrier ahead of the Fleetwood match, adding the unspecified players were keen to play.
Joey Barton could have on-loan Ched Evans fit for Fleetwood's final game of the season. Evans missed the 2-1 win over Sunderland with a thigh problem but could be on the bench, with Paddy Madden and Ashley Nadesan in good form.
Harry Souttar missed Tuesday's game with a toe injury but Barton said the defender wants to play at Wycombe. Barton will be without Nathan Sheron, who is serving a four-match suspension for his second red card of the season at Blackpool on Easter Monday.
Each of the five Football League meetings between Wycombe and Fleetwood have failed to see either side score more than once.
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Wycombe are unbeaten in their two home league games against Fleetwood, winning 1-0 in March 2013 and drawing 1-1 in February 2014.
Wycombe ended their six-game winless run at home last time out with a victory over Walsall, they haven't won successive home games since January.
Fleetwood have lost four of their last five League One away trips (W1), conceding 2+ goals in each defeat.
Wycombe's Adebayo Akinfenwa has failed to find the net in his last eight league games at Adams Park, his longest drought since September 2017 (10 games).