With the exception of defender Darius Charles, Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth is hoping to have a clean bill of health for Wanderers' clash against Portsmouth.

Nathan Tyson is back in contention having served his three-match suspension following his red card against Sunderland.

On-loan Manchester City winger Luke Bolton could also be back in the frame following an injury sustained against Shrewsbury.

Ainsworth said: "We are looking pretty good.

"We have had one or two little knocks and an illness during the week but we are hoping everyone will be back for Saturday and have a good squad to pick from.

"Nathan Tyson is back from his suspension which is great and Luke Bolton is looking closer and closer to a return.

"We are hoping Saturday comes and we have a very strong squad to choose from."

Portsmouth boss Kenny Jackett has confirmed that former Wycombe loanee Bryn Morris is available again for Pompey, while Andy Cannon, Dion Donohue and Viv Solomon-Otabor are not ready for the game. Luke McGee still feeling his hand injury and didn’t train.

Following on from the Portsmouth clash (3pm), Wycombe's next opponents are play-off chasing Charlton Athletic at home on Tuesday evening (7.45pm).