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                                                    Wycombe
                                                    Dean Morgan (22 mins)
                                                    Dean Morgan (50 mins)
                                                    2-2
                                                    Morecambe
                                                    Richard Brodie (59 mins)
                                                    Jack Redshaw (90 mins)

                                                    npower League 2 , Dec 8, 2012
                                                    Ground: Adams Park , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 3,238

                                                    Team news

                                                    Hamstring injury rules Azeez out Wycombe's preparations for the visit of Morecambe have been given a blow with the news that Charlton loanee Ade Azeez has returned to his parent club for assessment on a hamstring strain.

                                                    The 18-year-old striker limped off just 25 minutes into Tuesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at Yeovil and will be checked out by the npower Championship side's medical staff.

                                                    Better news for Wycombe was Marvin McCoy's return from injury at Huish Park. The 24-year-old played 90 minutes in his first appearance since the opening day of the season.

                                                    Danny Foster is ruled out of this weekend's clash with a bruised bone while Gary Doherty (back) and Anthony Stewart (thigh) are expected to return to training next week.

                                                    Matt Spring will serve the first of his three-match ban for his straight red card against the Glovers on Tuesday while Grant Basey (knee) is expected to start light running in three weeks and Matt Bloomfield (pelvic shear) is continuing his recovery.

                                                    Morecambe will be without influential midfielder Andy Fleming.

                                                    Fleming misses the trip to Adams Park having collected his fifth booking of the season during last weekend's FA Cup second-round defeat to Coventry.

                                                    On-loan duo Jordan Mustoe and Richard Brodie are available once more after the Wigan full-back and Crawley forward were ineligible for cup action under the terms of their deals at the Globe Arena.

                                                    Defender Will Haining is fit and fighting for a return to the starting line-up after coming back from injury to appear as a late substitute against the Sky Blues.

                                                    Forward pair Jordan Burrow and Danny Carlton (both knee) remain on the sidelines.

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                                                    Last modified 18:34 08/12/12

                                                    Redshaw checks Chairboys Jack Redshaw's late equaliser earned Morecambe a last-gasp 2-2 draw and ended Wycombe's run of three consecutive npower League Two wins.

                                                    Despite seeing Joel Grant red carded in the first half, Wycombe found themselves two goals to the good inside 50 minutes as Dean Morgan scored twice.

                                                    But after pulling a goal back just before the hour through Richard Brodie, Redshaw struck late to salvage a point for Morecambe.

                                                    Wycombe started brightly, and took the lead after 21 minutes, as Josh Scowen's long clearance was misjudged by Will Haining on halfway, allowing Morgan to race clear.

                                                    Wycombe top-scorer, Grant, then went close with a curling 20-yard shot, before combining with Morgan, who fired over from a similar distance.

                                                    But Grant's afternoon was ended early as he saw red for a dangerous tackle on Andrew Wright five minutes before half-time Despite the numerical disadvantage, Wycombe made it 2-0 in the 49th minute, as Morgan controlled a long ball forward on halfway before turning and beating Nick Fenton for pace and strength for his fifth goal of the season.

                                                    But the Shrimps pulled one back before the hour, Brodie heading his sixth goal of the season at the near post from Izak Reid's corner.

                                                    And the visitors completed their comeback late on, as their sixth corner of the match was eventually headed in by former Manchester City trainee Redshaw.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    WycombeRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    36 Jordan Archer
                                                    18 Charles Dunne
                                                    34 Kortney Hause
                                                    5 Dave Winfield
                                                    11 Sam Wood
                                                    12 Bruno Andrade
                                                    8 Stuart Lewis
                                                    28 Josh Scowen
                                                    17 Joel Grant
                                                    20 Dean Morgan(sub 90) Goal
                                                    29 Matt McClure(sub 78)
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    21 Lee Harrison
                                                    7 Gareth Ainsworth
                                                    15 Dennis Oli
                                                    19 Marvin McCoy(sub 78)
                                                    26 Jesse Kewley-Graham(sub 90)
                                                    32 Junior Morias
                                                    35 Georges Ehui
                                                    MorecambeRating
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 Barry Roche(sub 45)
                                                    2 Nicholas Fenton
                                                    6 Will Haining(sub 54)
                                                    15 Christopher McCready
                                                    7 Izak Reid(sub 70)
                                                    16 Stewart Drummond
                                                    8 Andrew Wright
                                                    18 Gary McDonald
                                                    4 Jordan Mustoe
                                                    11 Kevin Ellison
                                                    10 Richard Brodie Goal
                                                    Substitutes
                                                    25 Andreas Arestidou(sub 45)
                                                    3 Robbie Threlfall
                                                    9 Lewis Alessandra(sub 54)
                                                    12 Dan Parkinson
                                                    19 Joe McGee
                                                    23 Chris Doyle
                                                    27 Jack Redshaw(sub 70) Goal

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