Bournemouth are sweating over the fitness of Adam Barrett and Darryl Flahavan.
Both players were substituted during Saturday’s 3-1 win over Yeovil and face a race against time to be passed fit.
Defender Barrett is a doubt with a recurrence of a hamstring injury, while goalkeeper Flahavan will be assessed on Sunday following a blow to the head against the Glovers.
Manager Lee Bradbury is without injured striker Charlie Sheringham due to a foot injury and Scott Malone, who has a grade one hamstring tear, while Bradbury confirmed Wes Thomas would be included in his squad after the striker completed his move from Crawley.
Midfielder Joe Partington and Nathan Byrne continue to occupy the sidelines with long-term injuries.
Meanwhile, Wycombe will be without Dave Winfield.
Winfield was forced out of the home defeat to Stevenage on New Year’s Eve after injuring his knee in a second-half challenge with Boro forward Chris Beardsley.
Manager Gary Waddock said it was too early to say how long the defender will be out for but he will play no part against the Cherries.
“It did look like a nasty injury. It has settled down a little bit but we won’t know until Sunday [how serious it is],” Waddock said.
Stuart Lewis missed the Stevenage game through suspension after collecting his fifth yellow card of the campaign against Exeter on Boxing Day, but the midfielder is available again for the trip to the south coast.