Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth is relishing the chance for his team to perform live on TV this weekend as they once again play Tranmere Rovers.

The game is due to be televised on Sky on Sunday, with kick off at midday.

This is the second in a three-part 'trilogy' between the two sides following their 2-2 draw in the FA Cup last weekend, which has led to a replay between the two sides on Wednesday evening.

With Wanderers flying high in League One, this represents an opportunity for Wycombe to perform on television to a worldwide audience and Ainsworth is looking forward to it.

He said: "We are getting more recognition in the USA than we ever have and that is down to Rob Couhig and his team over there and making sure this worldwide thing isn't just a flash in the pan.

"It is fantastic for Wycombe and to be on the map is really nice and hopefully we can do it justice on Sunday."

Ainsworth gave a positive bulletin in his injured players and he hopes to call upon a full squad very soon.

He added: "Hopefully we will see Fred Onyedinma back very soon.

"Having Paul Smyth and Alex Samuel is big for us and Jack Grimmer is back in the squad.

"I am hoping to travel with a very strong squad as it will be a very tough game.

"We want to make sure we keep everyone fit and hopefully we can have a full compliment very soon."

Joe Jacobson is set to make his 500th career appearance, if selected, on Sunday having scored in the FA Cup last weekend and Ainsworth was full of praise for the Welshman.

He said: "I think he is playing better than ever.

"I am so proud to give him his 500th and I probably gave him his 400th and 300th as well.

"He is a fantastic player and his left foot is absolutely lethal.

"He is a special guy and he is not just a footballer but a friend and someone I have huge amount of respect for."