Wycombe v Portsmouth: Team news, likely line-ups and betting odds
Pompey head to Wycombe today as they aim for their maiden away success in League One this season.
The third-placed Chairboys, however, will be in no mood to surrender their unbeaten home record this term.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game...
Wycombe team news
Third-placed Wycombe will give a late fitness to forward Rolando Aarons, but former Pompey target Paul Smyth and Alex Samuel are definitely out.
Joe Jacobson and Darius Charles could both be recalled by manager Gareth Ainsworth after sitting out the Chairboys’ 1-1 draw against Accrington on Tuesday night.
Ryan Allsop, Anthony Stewart, Jack Grimmer, Giles Phillips, Joe Jacobson, Dominic Gape, Matt Bloomfield, Nick Freeman, Alex Pattison, Adebayo Akinfenwa, David Wheeler. Subs: Cameron Yates, Jamie Mascoll, Sido Jombati, Darius Charles, Fred Onyedinma, Curtis Thompson, Nnamdi Ofoborh
Pompey team news
James Bolton is in contention to start for Pompey following his recovery from an ankle injury.
He had been hampered by the problem picked up in the Blues’ season opener against Shrewsbury but is fit again and ready to help Kenny Jackett shore up his defence.
That could see Christian Burgess resume his normal centre-back duties, allowing captain Tom Naylor to return to midfield.
On-loan Rangers midfielder Ross McCrorie is expected to miss as a result.
Brett Pitman and Ryan Williams could also miss out, with Andy Cannon and Gareth Evans impressing following their impressive second-half appearances against Burton on Tuesday night.
Craig MacGillivray, James Bolton, Christian Burgess, Paul Downing, Brandon Haunstrup, Tom Naylor, Ben Close, Gareth Evans, Andy Cannon, Ron Curtis, John Marquis. Subs: Alex Bass, Anton Walkes, Oli Hawkins, Ross McCrorie, Brett Pitman, Ryan Williams, Ellis Harrison.
1-0 15/2; 2-0 14/1; 2-1 17/2; 3-0 33/1; 3-1 22/1; 3-2 28/1
1-0 7/1; 2-0 11/1; 2-1 8/1; 3-0 25/1; 3-1 18/1; 3-2 25/1
0-0 17/2; 1-1 5/1; 2-2 12/1; 3-3 55/1
Sebastian Stockbridge (Tyne & Wear)
Today (3pm kick offs unless stated)
Accrington Stanley v Blackpool. AFC Wimbledon v Bristol Rovers, Bolton Wanderers v Sunderland, Doncaster Rovers v Peterborough United, Fleetwood Town v Rochdale, Gillingham v Ipswich Town, Lincoln City v Oxford United, MK Dons v Southend United, Rotherham United v Shrewsbury Town, Tranmere Rovers v Burton Albion
Head to head
P10 W4 D5 L1
Top scorer: Joe Jacobson 4
Most assists: Nick Freeman and Adebayo Akinfenwa )both 2)
Most games: Ryan Allsop, Anthony Stewart, Dominic Gape (all 10)
P10 W5 D3 L2
Top scorer: Ellis Harrison (4)
Most assists: John Marquis, Ronan Curtis, Brandon Haunstrup (all 2)
Most games: Tom Naylor and Paul Downing (both 9)
D 1-1 Accrington (H) League One
L 2-0 Gillingham (A) League One
W 3-1 Lincoln (H) League One
D 0-0 AFC Wimbledon (A) League One
W 4-3 Southend (H) League One
D 2-2 Burton Albion (H) League One
W 3-1 Norwich under-21s (H) EFL Trophy
W 1-0 Crawley (H) EFL Trophy
D 1-1 Blackpool (A) League One
W 2-0 QPR (A) Carabao Cup