Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth has insisted that his side are ‘confident week in week out’, as they prepare to face Cheltenham Town away on November 19.

The Chairboys visit the West Country for the second time in seven days following their 2-0 triumph over Forest Green Rovers on November 12, in what was their first league win in four attempts.

However, the Adams Park side will be without Alfie Mawson after he picked up his fifth booking of the season in last week’s victory, whilst club captain Joe Jacobson could also miss out.

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The Welshman was involved in a melee on 57 minutes which resulted in five players picking up cautions.

Jacobson is to have allegedly committed a ‘violent conduct’ offence that was missed by the officials and if found guilty, he could miss the next three games.

Speaking ahead of Wycombe’s trip to Cheltenham, Ainsworth said: “We have got one or two players who could miss out, but, this will open the door for some players to have an opportunity.

“We will shuffle the pack but that is why it’s important to have squad depth which is what we have, but the boys are confident week in and week out.

“We have got an attitude that we believe we can win every game we go into.

“I don’t think in my 10 years as manager here, my squad and I have not had the belief that we can’t win a game.

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“It is something that we work on.

“We have the belief that we can win every game we go in.

“The least optimistic was probably against Man City in the League Cup last year, but that belief was there when Brandon [Hanlan] put us 1-0 up inside 15 minutes or so.

“I have always believed we can win every single game and I know the boys follow that.”

The match will start at 3pm.