Hunt doubtful for Canaries clash

Wycombe manager Gary Waddock is waiting on the fitness of defender Lewis Hunt ahead of the visit of in-form Norwich in League One on Saturday.

Last Updated: 01/01/10 at 15:00

Hunt: Ankle problem

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Hunt came off during the 5-2 defeat to Brighton on Monday with an ankle injury and is rated as doubtful to face the Canaries - managed by former Chairboys boss Paul Lambert.

Utility man John Mousinho could be pushed into duty at right-back while veteran Michael Duberry could also return to the back four should Waddock decide to make changes after a disastrous festive period.

Adam Hinshelwood is another option for Waddock after he signed on a free transfer from Aldershot on New Year's Day.

On-loan Bristol City striker John Akinde serves the final game of a three-game suspension so Jon-Paul Pittman should continue in attack.

Midfielder Lewis Montrose and centre-half Leon Johnson are still out with knee and hip injuries respectively.

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