Gavin Williams is the latest name to be added to Yeovil's long-term injury list.
Williams was substituted after just 15 minutes of the Glovers' 4-3 defeat to Preston at Deepdale on Friday night, leaving the pitch on crutches with suspected knee ligament damage - the extent of which has yet to be revealed as the club wait for test results.
Striker Jon Obika has still to hear whether he requires surgery on a knee injury, while Andy Williams is also out with an ankle problem.
But boss Terry Skiverton has acted quickly to bring in cover, signing striker Gavin Massey on a one-month loan from Watford.
Wycombe manager Gary Waddock will pick from an unchanged squad.
Scott Donnolly, Ben Harding, Joel Grant and Ben Strevens were restored to the starting line-up against Brentford on Saturday after being rested for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy victory over Bristol Rovers.
Stuart Beavon came into the team following his hat-trick against the Pirates.
More changes could be on the cards after the 1-0 league defeat to the Bees and Waddock has plenty of options available.
Defender Danny Foster, experienced midfielder Gareth Ainsworth, winger Kevin Betsy and forwards Scott Rendell and Elliot Benyon will all be hoping to force their way into the manager's plans.
Dave Winfield remains the only absentee due to knee and groin problems.