Wycombe boss, Gareth Ainsworth, revealed that he should have the majority of his squad to pick from as the Chairboys get ready for Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspurs.

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After a COVID-19 outbreak players returned to training on Thursday morning and Ainsworth did admit “one or two” players who have had symptoms may not be ready in time.

Ainsworth believes the number of players available will be in the “high-20s”.

Wycombe will have had four days to prepare with the Monday night slot coming as a benefit to the Chairboys who have only just returned to training.

The manager said: “I am not allowed to give numbers due to medical confidentiality.

“There were enough to satisfy the EFL that there was a risk of contaminating more people at Wycombe and also going to play other teams and contaminating other teams, so that was a risk we were not prepared to take.

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“The EFL were happy with that, I am sure there is going to be an investigation as there should be with all teams.

“My medical staff were fantastic with the procedure they have put in place and how we do it for a small club.

“We are all healthy, there are one or two we will have to look at because of the Covid situation.

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“Although a lot of them are asymptomatic, one or two who do have symptoms you have to be careful and then there is also screening and some fatigue issues.

“We will be diligent on that.

“We will be ready for this, we are confident we have got more than enough to fulfil fixtures.

“Today [January 23] is the FA round of testing for us.

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“We have to fulfil that, they will come back with the last week will have that. Out of 30 players, I think I will have high-20s.

“Playing on Monday night gives us an extra couple of days to get some of the boys back in and do technical work on the weekend.”