Wanderers will be looking to go one step better than Tuesday when they travel to Dagenham & Redbridge at the weekend.
The Chairboys go in search of their first win in six league fixtures after being held to a 1-1 draw by Exeter City in midweek.
Gareth Ainsworth will return to the ground where it all began for him as Blues boss 15 months ago, while skipper Stuart Lewis faces his former club.
The Daggers sit six places above Wycombe in ninth but have only one win to their name in all competitions in the month of November – a 2-0 home league success over Burton Albion.
That victory was followed by a 2-1 defeat at Plymouth Argyle and a 1-1 draw at AFC Wimbledon as Wayne Burnett’s men have spent the majority of the month on the road.
It’s at The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium where they’ve been impressive though, winning six, drawing two and losing just one of their nine home league games so far.
“We’ve got a tough away trip to Dagenham and we’ll have to be in the right mind for that.
“I had a really tough time there at Dagenham. I have no real affinity to the club and I don’t follow their results.
“I guess you could say I’m going out to prove a point, but then again I always am.”
Wayne Burnett talking to daggers.co.uk
“Wycombe have a good manager in Gareth Ainsworth, he’s done very well and it’s going to be another tough game.
“It’s at home and our home form is good so we’re confident going into the match, it’s going to be a very competitive, tactical match.
“I hope we can do the same as we did against Burton Albion, after Saturday we haven’t got a game for two weeks and it’s a long time without a match. It’ll be good to put us in a nice position going into our break.”
Nick Arnold is available again after recovering from a groin injury, but the game will come too soon for Kortney Hause (ankle, Jo Kuffour (thigh), Jon-Paul Pittman (ankle) and Sebastian Cann-Svard.
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