Wycombe v Oldham preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Wycombe and Oldham at Adams Park.
On-loan midfielder Craig Eastmond looks set to hand Wycombe a fitness boost.
Eastmond has been struggling with illness for the past week but the Arsenal player is on course to recover in time for Saturday.
"He was struggling before the Chesterfield game. Marvin (McCoy) had a bout of it the week before and Easty had it before Monday and during the course of the game. But he should be fine for the weekend," said Wanderers boss Gary Waddock, who has defensive problems ahead of the game.
Right-back McCoy (ankle) and centre-back Anthony Stewart (knee) remain doubts while full-back Danny Foster is definitely still out with a shoulder injury. Dave Winfield has returned to training after a thigh strain but Waddock insists he is also a doubt.
"We will have a head count and see where we are. But, whoever the team is, I know they will give it their best shot," added Waddock.
Wycombe go into the fixture four points adrift of safety behind Leyton Orient and Walsall and six points behind Oldham.
Oldham will look to arrest a five-match losing run away without the services of Tom Adeyemi.
The midfielder has returned to parent club Norwich after an impressive loan spell which started in August. His departure opens the door for Connor Hughes or Youssuf M'Changama to step in.
Jean Yves M'voto returns after a one-match suspension but James Wesolowski (shoulder) remains sidelined.
Midfielder Chris Taylor is set to have injections in the ligaments surrounding his injured ankle and boss Paul Dickov is hopeful he will be back in action before the end of the season.
Goalkeeper Alex Cisak continues to miss out with a shoulder injury, while Paul Black's hamstring problem will keep him out of action once more.