Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth will be able to call on two key players when his side host Burton.
Last week's defeat at Rochdale was the Chairboys' first in seven games but Ainsworth can now call on Dean Morgan, available after serving his one-match ban, and Paris Cowan-Hall.
The winger has been sidelined with a knee ligament injury but after recovering he is pushing for a start along with Charles Dunne who will hope to get the nod at left-back.
Midfielder Josh Scowen's ankle problem looks set to rule him out while Steven Craig remains doubtful having missed their last two games with a virus.
Rory Delap and Dean Lyness are slight injury doubts for Burton.
Delap has a hamstring problem while Lyness will undergo a late fitness test on a foot issue and should he not pass, 50-year-old Kevin Poole could be registered to provide cover on the bench for first choice goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
Adam McGurk has recovered from the bout of tonsillitis which restricted him to a substitute role against Scunthorpe. The striker played in a reserve-team game against Kidderminster on Tuesday and looked sharp.
Meanwhile, Billy Kee also showed no ill effects from his first start in seven weeks against the Iron and looks set to retain his place up front.