Wycombe vs Rochdale preview
Last Updated: 22/10/18 4:33pm
Goalkeeper Ryan Allsop is suspended for Wycombe's home game with Rochdale.
Allsop was sent off for a challenge on Ike Ugbo outside the penalty area during Saturday's dramatic 3-2 win over Scunthorpe. Yves Ma-Kalambay finished the game between the posts and is expected to deputise for Allsop as he serves his one-match ban.
Dominic Gape, who began Wycombe's dramatic comeback after they had fallen 2-0 behind, will also miss the game as he serves a one-match suspension after being booked for the fifth time this season.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill has to decide whether to change a winning team. Hill made five changes to his starting line-up for Saturday's 2-0 win at Bradford - their first win and clean sheet in the league since beating Gillingham 3-0 at Spotland on September 15.
Goalkeeper Magnus Norman is available after completing a three-match ban following his first-half dismissal in the goalless draw with Bristol Rovers on October 2. Brendan Moore's clean sheet in Saturday's win after replacing Josh Lillis - who conceded four goals in the first two games of Norman's suspension - puts him in pole position to start at Adams Park.
Wycombe have lost six of their last seven league games against Rochdale (W1).
Rochdale have won four of their last five league away league matches against Wycombe (W1).
Wycombe have won each of their last two home games in league competition, while they haven't won three consecutively in the third tier since October 2002.
Rochdale have scored in each of their last 13 away games in League One, with the last time they failed to do so coming in February (0-1 v Wigan).
No player has been directly involved in more goals than Rochdale's Ian Henderson in League One this season (11 - nine goals and two assists).