Same again for Posh cup clash

Wycombe manager Peter Taylor is set to name an unchanged squad for the home Carling Cup clash with Peterborough on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 10/08/09 at 15:23

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Taylor saw his side turn in a lively performance in the 3-2 defeat at Charlton on Saturday and will name the same 18 against Darren Ferguson's men.

Midfielder Ian Westlake is out with a hamstring injury while Tommy Doherty is also sidelined with an ankle problem.

Lewis Hunt (foot), Lewwis Spence (foot) and TJ Moncur (groin) are all still injured so Adam Smith should continue at right-back after making his debut at the Valley.

Chris Westwood will come up against his former employers when he partners Michael Duberry at the heart of the defence while Chris Zebroski will be hoping to add to his brace from the weekend.

Posh could name former Chairboys Russell Martin and Sergio Torres in their squad.

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