Tranmere boss Mellon has no new injury concerns for Wycombe clash

Posted Friday, November 15, 2019 by PA

Tranmere boss Mellon has no new injury concerns for Wycombe clash

Tranmere have no fresh injury concerns as they prepare to face Wycombe for the second successive weekend in front of the Sky cameras.

All Micky Mellon’s players came through the 2-2 draw between the teams in the first round of the FA Cup and the Rovers boss could recall Calum Woods.

The defender has not played since the middle of September but has been in full training this week, while Morgan Ferrier gained valuable minutes in Tuesday’s Trophy defeat by Salford.

Darren Potter was another who played in that game after recovering from a rib problem but Ishmael Miller, Evan Gumbs, Mark Ellis, Harvey Gilmour, Jordan Ponticelli and Ollie Banks all remain sidelined.

High-flying Wycombe are close to having a full squad available.

Forward Fred Onyedinma remains sidelined but manager Gareth Ainsworth is hopeful of having him back very soon.

QPR loanee Paul Smyth made his return to action after nearly three months on the sidelines with a foot problem in Tuesday’s victory over MK Dons and will hope to be included in the squad.

Fellow forward Alex Samuel made his first start since suffering hip problems in that game, while Jack Grimmer also returns to the squad.


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