Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has provided an injury update going into this weekend’s league clash against Stevenage.

The Chairboys have been without full-backs Joe Jacobson, Jack Grimmer and Jason McCarthy in recent weeks, with the three playing a collective of just seven matches since August.

However, they were all spotted being put through their paces at the Marlow Road Training Ground this week, with Grimmer and Jacobson being a ‘few weeks away’ from returning.

McCarthy will remain absent until December, but he is ‘making good progress’ after suffering a recurrence of a previous toe injury.

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Bloomfield told the Free Press: “We’ve got a few that a getting closer.

“We’ve had some big characters and big players that have missed huge chunks of the season if not all of it, so we’re really proud at how the group has stuck together as once they’re back, we’ll get stronger.

“No fresh injury updates.

“It’s just the ones that have been out in recent weeks but they’re working themselves back.”

They go into this weekend’s fixture hoping to secure their first league victory in four games, in which they will face a Stevenage outfit who have taken League One by storm.

It’s the first time they have returned to the third tier of English football since the 2013/14 season, and despite many tipping them for relegation, the Boro currently sit in the play-off places.

They have won seven of their 16 league outings where they have only lost on four occasions.

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However, out of their 20 league trips on the road this calendar year, Steve Evans’ side has only picked up seven victories.

Bloomfield continued: "Stevenage are a team with a strong work ethic, and they have got an identity of how they play.

“You can clearly see there is a togetherness amongst the group, and they conduct themselves in a very good way.

“When you put all of that together in within a team, you have a very good chance of being successful, as everyone has an idea of what they need to do.

“So it’s clear what they are trying to achieve.

“It’s not a surprise to me in terms of how they are doing, as they have taken their momentum from last season when they got promoted into this season and I have so much respect for Steve Evans.

“He has been a manager for so many years where he has done an incredible job, and he’s doing that again at Stevenage.

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“They are a team in form and Steve has done a brilliant job in the time he has been there.

“They’ve had a good squad for the last couple of years and have recruited well, which includes Nick Freeman from here in the summer.

“They carry big threat up front so we need to be up to the test and make sure we’re ready in both in and out of the position.”

“They’ve got a good continuity and have been playing well so it’s imperative that we focus on what we need to do against them.”