Shrewsbury v Bristol R preview
Last Updated: February 13, 2012 4:46pm
Wright (r): Could be recalled
Team news for Tuesday's League Two clash between Shrewsbury and Bristol Rovers at the Greenhous Meadow.
Shrews boss Graham Turner will weigh up changes as his promotion-chasing side look to get back to winning ways in League Two.
Midfielders Mark Wright and Jon Taylor were dropped in favour of debutant Romaine Sawyers and Nicky Wroe for Saturday's disappointing 1-0 defeat at promotion rivals Torquay, a result which ended Town's three-match winning run.
Wright and Taylor are now competing for recalls against a resurgent Rovers side, who have won all three matches under new boss Mark McGhee, while the likes of winger Lionel Ainsworth and striker Tom Bradshaw are also pushing for involvement.
Forward Marvin Morgan serves the final game of his three-match ban, while it remains to be seen whether defenders Shane Cansdell-Sherriff (shoulder), Reuben Hazell (knee) or Connor Goldson (back) could stake a claim for a place in Turner's matchday 16 as they continue to step up their recoveries.
Dave McAllister is available having extended his loan from Sheffield United.
Meanwhile, Bristol Rovers will continue to be without defenders Gary Sawyer and Aaron Downes.
Sawyer is set to spend four weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring problem, while on-loan Downes has been ruled out of action for as long as six weeks after suffering knee cartilage damage during the 2-1 victory over Bradford on January 28.
New signing Tom Parkes, who arrived on loan from Leicester on a one-month deal last week, will be looking to keep his place in the Pirates backline after making his debut in the 2-1 victory over Morecambe on Saturday.
Matt Harrold, Danny Woodards and Joe Anyinsah all came through that fixture unscathed after their return from injuries and the trio are all expected to feature once again at the Greenhous Meadow.
Adam Virgo (knee) and Wayne Brown (ankle) remain long-term absentees as Rovers manager Mark McGhee aims to make it four wins out of four since assuming control at the Memorial Stadium.
npower League 2
Tue 14th Feb
Aldershot1 - 0Hereford
Bradford1 - 1Port Vale
Cheltenham0 - 1Torquay
Crewe3 - 2Burton Alb
Morecambe1 - 0Macc'field
Oxford Utd2 - 1Dag + Red
Plymouth0 - 0Barnet
Rotherham1 - 0Accrington
Shrewsbury1 - 0Bristol R
Swindon3 - 0Crawley
Northamptn1 - 0AFC W'don
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