Wycombe defender Dan Scarr could return against Morecambe

Posted Thursday, February 22, 2018 by PA

Wycombe defender Dan Scarr could return against Morecambe

Dan Scarr will hope to return to the Wycombe side for Saturday’s clash with Morecambe.

The defender was only deemed fit enough for the bench for last weekend’s victory at Cheltenham because of a hamstring problem, with Nathan McGinley making only his third start and helping the Chairboys keep a clean sheet.

Sam Saunders (knee) and Sido Jombati (knee) are close to first-team returns but Anthony Stewart (calf) and Michael Harriman (broken leg) are longer-term absentees.

Wanderers have closed to within five points of Luton at the top of the table after a run of seven victories from their last eight games in League Two.

Adam McGurk will hope to have forced his way into the Morecambe starting line-up.

The striker came off the bench against Forest Green last weekend as manager Jim Bentley changed his formation and it paid off as the Shrimps picked up a valuable point.

Danijel Nizic is set to remain in goal, with Barry Roche recovering from the calf strain he suffered on his return to training following a shoulder injury, while Callum Lang (back), Aaron Wildig (ankle) and Niall Maher (calf) could also miss out.

Morecambe have gone six games without a win and go into the weekend in 22nd place, five points clear of the bottom two.


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