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Wycombe could hand a full debut to Aaron Holloway when they welcome Coventry in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

The former Bristol City attacker impressed having been introduced from the bench at York and with his match fitness improving he will hope for his first Chairboys start against the Sky Blues.

And boss Gareth Ainsworth could be tempted to include Matt McClure and Max Kretzschmar, who both started the first four games of the campaign, as they look for just their second Adams Park victory of the season.

Stuart Lewis and Matt Bloomfield are also options for Ainsworth.

Steven Pressley will rotate his squad when Coventry make the trip.

The Sky Blues chief must include at least six players from the previous league match - or use six of the team for the next - under the competition rules.

The League One side make their Ricoh Arena return against Gillingham on Friday which could also determine Pressley's selection.

Full-back Danny Pugh is available after an ankle injury while fellow defender Jordan Clarke could return after missing Saturday's 1-1 draw at Swindon through illness.

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