No new worries for Wanderers boss

Wycombe Wanderers boss Peter Taylor has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Norwich City in League One on Saturday.

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Taylor was unhappy with side's display in the 1-1 draw with Southend in midweek and may make changes as the Chairboys come face to face with former manager Paul Lambert.

Midfielder Matt Bloomfield suffered a broken nose and fractured cheekbone in the Carling Cup clash with Peterborough and will be out for at least another month while Lewis Hunt (foot) and TJ Moncur (groin) are also sidelined.

Taylor is confident that Tommy Doherty will be back sooner than expected from his ankle injury but the former Bristol City man is not in contention for the trip to Carrow Road.

Lewwis Spence (foot) is back in light training but will not travel as Taylor looks for a first win of the season.

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