Shrewsbury v Wrexham preview
Lee could return; Broughton available
Last Updated: April 11, 2008 4:19pm
Little: Keen to address form
Shrewsbury manager Paul Simpson could have on-loan defender Graeme Lee back in his squad for the clash with rock-bottom Wrexham.
Lee had to have 20 stitches to his mouth after a nasty injury sustained against Chesterfield recently but could return to play with a protective gumshield.
However Simpson is waiting for the green light from Lee's parent club Doncaster who will have the final decision on whether he can play.
Midfielder David Hunt could also be back from his hip injury after he returned to training on Friday.
Andy Cooke remains a week away from returning from his medial knee ligament problem while Martin Riley will be out for several more weeks with the same injury.
Defender Kelvin Langmead is set for an X-ray on his troublesome knee injury and could miss the rest of the season.
Wrexham team news
Drewe Broughton returns to the Wrexham squad for Sunday's match.
The on-loan MK Dons striker was unable to face his parent club in midweek due to the terms of his loan deal, but will bolster boss Brian Little's attacking options as the Dragons go all out to secure a priceless three points in the battle to avoid relegation.
Defender Simon Spender, who also missed the 4-1 defeat at the Dons, remains an doubt with an ankle problem but is expected to return to training in the build up to the Shrews game.
Jeff Whitley overcame a shoulder injury to earn a place on the bench on Tuesday night and is pushing to start, but fellow midfielder Danny Sonner (Achilles) and striker Rob Duffy (foot) remain on the sidelines.
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