Ainsworth's injury woes easing

Wycombe have been boosted by the news that all but one of their injured players could be back by the end of next week.

Last Updated: 13/11/12 at 12:08

Ainsworth: Receives good news

Ainsworth: Receives good news

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Gareth Ainsworth has been without up to 11 first team players at times in recent weeks due to injury but the majority of his missing men are stepping up their comebacks and rejoining the first team squad.

Danny Foster (groin) is expected to take part from Thursday while the club hope that Gary Doherty (back), Matt Spring (calf), Jo Kuffour (ankle) and Anthony Stewart (thigh) will all return to training within the next 10 days.

Marvin McCoy (ankle and fibula) and Matt McClure (hamstring) are already back in full training although Matt Bloomfield (groin) and Grant Basey (anterior cruciate ligament) are continuing their rehabilitation.

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