Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has provided an injury update going into the club’s EFL Trophy final appearance against Peterborough United.

The Chairboys made six changes to the starting 11 that drew 0-0 at Blackpool on Easter Monday following the 3-1 home defeat to Portsmouth on Good Friday.

The boss made the alterations due to the quick turnaround of fixtures, as he wants ‘selection headaches’ ahead of the Wembley showpiece on April 7.

On specific players, he said: “Kane Vincent-Young won’t be available.

"He picked up a bad quad injury at Stevenage so that’s his season done for us.

“Saxon Earley won’t also play a part for us this season, along with Brandon Hanlan but Garath McCleary is doing a bit of light training.

"We're seeing what's happening with him, and with Josh Scowen, he picked up a knock [at Blackpool# so we thought it was good for him to come off.

"But hopefully we’ll have a fit squad for Sunday.

“Everyone has been training well and we’ve got good depth in all positions as I want selection headaches.”

The visit to the home of English football on Sunday will be the fourth time in 10 seasons that the Chairboys have played under the famous arch in North London.

The first occasion since the stadium reopened in 2007 was in the 2015 League Two play-off final, which ended in heartbreak following a penalty shootout loss against Southend United.

But it was all smiles five years later as a victory in the 2020 League One play-off final at the expense of Thames Valley rivals Oxford United sent the Chairboys to the Championship for the first time.

A year in the second tier concluded with relegation back into League One, where they were second best in the competition’s play-off showpiece against Sunderland in May 2022.

Each occasion involved Bloomfield as a player or as a coach with the Adams Park side, and he revealed what emotions he’ll be experiencing when he walks out of the tunnel at Wembley with his beloved Wycombe.

He continued: “Captaining the team at Wembley was amazing and the feeling of being manager of this club for the first time was something I felt extremely proud about, but being the manager of a club that is close to my heart will be a proud moment.

“To lead the team that I love out at Wembley is a proud moment for me and my family.

“We’ve had to share a few tough moments this season where I’ve had to dig deep and my family has had to be there to support that at times.

“There have been some low moments this season where they’ve had to live through some tough times when I’ve not been answering my phone or concentrating on football when I should be giving them time.

“So for my family to see walk the team out at Wembley, I hope they’re proud but even prouder at full-time.

“I feel calm but I’m looking forward to it.”

The match on Sunday will kick-off at 4.30pm, with tickets still available to purchase.

Visit the Wycombe Wanderers website for more information.