Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth has been boosted by the news that most of the squad come through unscathed from the Easter fixtures against Rochdale and Walsall.

Ainsworth was afforded the luxury of playing an unchanged side for the fourth match in a row and he is potentially hoping that could be five against Wimbledon this weekend.

The only slight doubt is defender Sido Jombati who picked up a knock against Walsall on Monday.

Ainsworth said: "We think we are ok from Easter.

"We had a couple of down days because of the fixture list and I know there has been one or two concerns but I think we have to trust in the medical team.

"I think Sido took a whack at the end of the game and we will have to see how that is.

"Overall we are looking pretty good and going into these next two fixtures we are going to need everyone.

"It is going to be two big battles that we need to get a point out of. I want more than a point. I want six points from two games and we are well capable of doing that.

"It could be a few patched up but many of the boys are raring to go again and are looking forward to the challenge."