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Striker Steve Morison missed Tuesday night's Carling Cup win at Wycombe as he was on international duty with Wales and midfielder Darren Carter sat out due to a one-match ban following his opening-day red card.

Boss Kenny Jackett can also welcome back Liam Trotter and Jimmy Abdou for the first home match of the season.

Trotter was missing at Adams Park with a knock and fellow midfielder Abdou has recovered quicker than expected from the ankle injury he sustained during pre-season.

Versatile defender Tony Craig is still building up his fitness following a double metatarsal fracture and striker Shaun Batt is a long-term absentee with a knee injury.

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