Wycombe v Charlton preview

Team news ahead of Tuesday night's League One clash between Wycombe Wanderers and Charlton Athletic at Adams Park.

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Manager Gary Waddock will choose from an unchanged squad.

After defeat at Oldham on Saturday, Waddock must decide whether to make changes or name an unchanged starting line-up.

Kadeem Harris, James Tunnicliffe, Joel Grant and Marvin McCoy are available should Waddock wish to make any changes, while 15-year-old Jordan Ibe could be included in the squad once more.

Ben Harding and Matt McClure remain the only absentees. Harding is recovering from a minor groin operation and is expected to resume training shortly.

Teenage striker McClure is making good progress in his recovery from a dislocated ankle but will not be back playing until early in the new year.

Dale Stephens should return to the Charlton squad for the trip.

The midfielder missed his first league game of the season against Carlisle on Saturday after his partner gave birth late on Friday night.

Andy Hughes deputised in the centre and impressed as the Addicks ran out 4-0 winners to give manager Chris Powell a selection dilemma.

Danny Green also starred on the wing and should keep his place ahead of Scott Wagstaff, while Yann Kermorgant and Bradley Wright-Phillips are set to continue in attack after both found the net against the Cumbrians.

Striker Paul Benson is pushing for a place on the bench after a fractured finger but midfielder Bradley Pritchard is still recovering from a broken metatarsal.

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