Gareth Ainsworth must decide whether to stick or twist when Wycombe host Walsall on Easter Monday.
Wycombe have been unchanged for the last three games and while they suffered a 1-0 defeat against Rochdale on Good Friday, Ainsworth said he could not fault his players.
But he may be tempted to rotate his squad for a second game in four days and has options should he wish to change things.
Paris Cowan-Hall has featured from the bench in recent games and could be involved again.
Josh Gordon returns to contention for relegation-threatened Walsall’s trip to Adams Park.
Forward Gordon missed Friday’s 1-1 draw against fellow strugglers Southend through suspension after picking up two yellow cards in the defeat to Accrington, but he is available again on Monday.
On-loan QPR attacker Aramide Oteh could be given more game time after coming off the bench to rescue a point with a stoppage-time penalty last time out.
Walsall are three points adrift of Scunthorpe, who occupy the last position of safety, and four behind hosts Wycombe in a congested table.
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