Wycombe v Bury preview

Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Wycombe Wanderers and Bury at Adams Park.

Last Updated: 25/10/13 at 12:29

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Wycombe look set to be unchanged as they welcome managerless Bury to Adams Park.

The Chairboys were drawing 1-1 with Portsmouth when their League Two meeting was postponed on Tuesday night due to flooding and Gareth Ainsworth looks set to name the same side that played for just 45 minutes at Fratton Park.

New signing Sebastian Cann-Svard, who joined on a one-month deal on Thursday, is not 100 per cent match fit so the 30-year-old may have to wait for his Blues bow.

Leon Johnson will not be available again with a hip injury but striker Steven Craig (virus) could feature after returning to training while Dean Morgan (thigh) will hope he is passed fit to be involved.

Bury caretaker boss Ronnie Jepson will assess Tommy Miller ahead of the trip to Wycombe.

The midfielder suffered heavy bruising to his shoulder during Tuesday's goalless draw with Mansfield and missed training during the week but Jepson will leave it to the last minute before making a decision.

Midfielder Craig Jones and forward Marlon Jackson have both been passed fit following respective groin and hamstring injuries while striker Tope Obadeyi will have a groin complaint checked before the game.

But striker Jessy Reindorf is still on the comeback trail after a hernia operation while midfielder Marco Navas is sidelined for three weeks with a hamstring problem.

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