Duberry named skipper for opener

Wycombe will be led out by new captain Michael Duberry for the first time as they begin life back in League One with a tricky trip to Charlton.

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Duberry joined Peter Taylor's side in the summer after leaving Reading and will be partnered by fellow new signing Chris Westwood at the heart of the defence.

Elsewhere Stuart Green, Joe Cobb and Lewis Montrose will all also be hoping to make their debuts for the Chairboys against Phil Parkinson's side.

And Spurs defender Adam Smith and former Gillingham and Millwall midfielder Danny Spiller could also feature after arriving on Thursday.

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

Left-back Craig Woodman is available after a thigh injury but Lewis Hunt (foot), Lewwis Spence (foot) and TJ Moncur (groin) are all injured.

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