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Team news for Tuesday night's League One clash between Wycombe and Yeovil at Adams Park.

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Wycombe boss Gary Waddock is set to make changes.

Waddock went with a back five as his side slipped to a 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Saturday but he will look to alter things back on home soil.

Stuart Lewis is likely to be recalled after starting the last two matches on the bench, while fellow midfielders Joel Grant and Anthony McNamee will also come into the reckoning.

"I'll freshen it up because of the effort the players put in at the weekend, bearing in mind Yeovil didn't play as well," said Waddock, who hopes to extend Louis Laing's loan deal from Sunderland.

The 18-year-old defender's stay at Adams Park is set to expire after the home game against Yeovil.

Waddock added: "We're talking to Sunderland and Laingy as well. Hopefully we can keep him. He's done well for us."

Yeovil will be without the suspended Paul Huntington.

Defender Huntington sits out the second match of a four-game ban, with new signing Richard Hinds set to deputise once more at the heart of the Glovers' defence.

Midfielder Dominic Blizzard is available for selection again after recovering from a groin injury, but manager Gary Johnson will not be able to call on full-back Ryan Dickson after he was recalled from his loan spell by parent club Southampton before being sent to Leyton Orient.

Yeovil recruited young midfielder Lawson D'Ath from Reading last Thursday and he is likely to go straight into Johnson's matchday squad, but Bristol City loanee Joe Edwards will not take part because of injury.

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