Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts does not expect any new injury concerns ahead of his side’s Sky Bet League One meeting with Gillingham.
Ricketts’ men return home after three games on their travels, culminating in battling goalless draw at Lincoln on Friday night.
Ethan Ebanks-Landell is still absent with a hamstring injury and joins striker Callum Lang (foot) on the sidelines.
Ricketts will run the rule over Romain Vincelot as the midfielder continues to struggle with fitness problems.
Gillingham boss Steve Evans requires his team to turn performances into wins after a tough loss to Peterborough at the weekend.
Like Ricketts, Evans does not have any new injury issues but is still without Matty Willock due to a knee problem.
Barry Fuller is also a major doubt after missing the Gills’ last two games, also with a knee injury.
Evans could hand Mikael Mandron a place in the starting line-up after he came off the bench to score against Posh.