Shrewsbury v MK Dons preview

Last Updated: 19/11/12 6:41pm

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Charlie MacDonald: In contention for MK Dons

Charlie MacDonald: In contention for MK Dons

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Team news ahead of Tuesday night's League One clash between Shrewsbury and MK Dons at Greenhous Meadow.

Shrewsbury have no new injury concerns as they look to register back-to-back victories.

Midfielder Luke Summerfield returned from illness to score the winner over Crewe at the weekend and will retain his spot, while on-loan defender Julian Bennett will also be in Graham Turner's starting line-up.

New loan signing Luke Rodgers will spearhead the Shrews' attack, while fellow forward Tom Bradshaw is expected to be among the substitutes.

The victory over Crewe was Town's fourth win of the season, lifting them out of the relegation places in League One, and boss Turner hopes that his team can deliver a similar gutsy display against MK Dons.

Charlie MacDonald comes back into the reckoning for MK Dons.

MacDonald missed Friday night's 1-0 win over league leaders Tranmere through illness but the striker has now recovered.

Daniel Powell made his return from a hamstring injury at Prenton Park and after coming through the 30-minute substitute appearance unscathed, he will now hope to push for a place in the starting XI.

Forward Ryan Lowe, who spent almost five years with the Shrews between July 2000 and March 2005, is also hoping for a berth.

Gary MacKenzie is the only player unavailable to manager Karl Robinson. The centre-half remains a long-term absentee with a hip problem.

The Dons have won their last four league matches without conceding a goal.

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