Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has provided an injury update on several.

The Chairboys have been without centre back Chris Forino and stand-in captain Josh Scowen for the past two games, whilst Sam Vokes suffered a hamstring problem in the recent 0-0 draw with Cambridge United.

Kane Vincent-Young, Jack Grimmer, Joe Jacobson and Jason McCarthy still remain on the treatment table, whilst Richard Keogh suffered a cut to the head during the midweek stalemate versus the Us.

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Speaking to the press ahead of the club’s trip to Bradford in the FA Cup, he said: “We’ve got to make a late call on Josh Scowen, he’s had a knock since the Bolton game so we need to wait and see.

“We’ll wait until the last moment before we head up to Bradford to see where he is.

“Sam Vokes will be ‘unavailable for a little while’.

“Richard Keogh got a bang to the head but he’s a warrior so I’m sure by the way he’s going, he’ll want to play and get involved which is great.

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“We’ve had an intense couple of weeks so we’ll see how they are.

"Chris Forino isn’t far off either.

“We need to make a decision over the next 24 hours to see how close they are.”

The match on November 4 will be the first time that Wanderers will take on Bradford in the FA at Valley Parade.