Bucks have a chance to take a giant stride towards promotion when they play Northumberland at Jesmond in their National Counties Championship Eastern Division 2 match, starting this Sunday.
Victory over the bottom-of-the-table side would give Bucks a big lead at the top with just one further game to play against close rivals Canbridgeshire at Tring Park the following week.
After their 74-run victory over Cumbria at Chesham last month, Bucks make two changes to the squad.
Wicketkeeper Ross Richardson and batsman Ed Casterton are unavailable. Chris Marrow returns behind the stumps, while Bucks have called up the promising Tring Park all-rounder Mo Choudhry.
Tom Hampton, who rested a heel injury in the memorable victory over Surrey two weeks ago, will lead the side.
Bucks squad: T Hampton (High Wycombe) capt, M Wells (Buckingham), A Woodland (High Wycombe), A Kervezee (Halesowen, M Payne (Amersham), C Marrow (Gerrards Cross), E Bragg (Halesowen), J Rodnight (Great Brickhill) M Choudhry (Tring Park), C Parsons (High Wycombe), C Haddow (High Wycombe), T Weymes (Tring Park).