The right-back comes in for Ross McCrorie, who collected a hamstring injury in last weekend’s victory over Ipswich.
That is the sole change to the team which won 1-0 against the Tractor Boys, with Ronan Curtis having bagged the winner.
Bolton’s promotion into the starting XI allows Oli Hawkins to return to the 18-man squad, the striker-cum-defender selected among the substitutes.
Meanwhile, Ryan Williams again gets the nod ahead of Marcus Harness on the right wing.
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And Andy Cannon continues to operate behind lone striker Ellis Harrison, having impressed upon last week’s return.
Wycombe are without the talismanic Adebayo Akinfenwa, who is serving a one-match ban following his dismissal against Oxford United the previous match.
Pompey: MacGillivray, Bolton, Burgess, Raggett, Walkes, Close, Naylor, Williams, Cannon, Curtis, Harrison.
Subs: Bass, Pitman, Evans, Downing, Hawkins, Marquis, Harness.