Wycombe v Brentford preview
Last Updated: 09/09/11 2:48pm
Llera: Could make his Bees debut
Team news ahead of Saturday's League One clash between Wycombe and Brentford at Adams Park.
Wycombe have no new problems.
Manager Gary Waddock will pick from the same squad that was available against Bristol Rovers in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy but may make changes to his starting XI.
Waddock made five changes in midweek, bringing Matt Bloomfield, Elliot Benyon, Kevin Betsy, Stuart Beavon and Scott Rendell into the team.
Scott Donnolly, Ben Harding, Joel Grant, Gareth Ainsworth and Ben Strevens were the absentees from the league defeat to Huddersfield and may all return to the team.
However, Waddock has admitted Beavon's hat-trick against Bristol Rovers has given him food for thought ahead of the weekend.
Danny Foster is also another option for Waddock, but fellow defender Dave Winfield underwent surgery this week to cure a groin problem.
Brentford have boosted their injury-hit squad by bringing in Blair Adams and Miguel Llera.
Left-back Adams has agreed a three-month loan spell from Sunderland and centre-half Llera arrives on a similar deal from Blackpool and they could both make their debuts.
Boss Uwe Rosler dipped into the loan market with Shaleum Logan, Leon Legge, Sam Saunders, Gary Alexander, Toumani Diagouraga and Kirk Hudson all in the treatment room.
Full-back Logan is missing with ankle ligament damage, centre-half Legge has a hamstring injury, winger Saunders has damaged knee ligaments and striker Alexander also has a knee problem.
Midfielder Diagouraga (knee) and winger Hudson (hip) are long-term absentees.
But on-loan Celtic midfielder Niall McGinn returns to the squad after international duty with Northern Ireland.
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