Shrewsbury v Charlton preview
Last Updated: 16/04/18 4:36pm
Shrewsbury will be without the suspended Omar Beckles for Tuesday's League One visit of Charlton.
The defender was sent off during Saturday's 0-0 draw at Bradford. Christos Shelis is among those in contention to replace him. Beyond long-term absentees Junior Brown and Abumere Ogogo, Shrewsbury otherwise have a fully-fit squad.
Charlton's Tariqe Fosu and Ahmed Kashi are in contention to start, having made the bench for Saturday's 1-0 defeat by Scunthorpe. Each have recovered their fitness after respective groin and foot injuries.
Interim manager Lee Bowyer is expected to consider further changes following successive defeats. Josh Magennis and Stephy Mavididi are prominent among those competing to start.
Shrewsbury have won back to back EFL matches against Charlton for the first time and will also be looking to complete their first ever league double over the Addicks, having won the reverse fixture 2-0 at the Valley in February.
Since winning their first visit to Shrewsbury in the Football League back in December 1972 (2-0), Charlton are winless against the Shrews away from home (P8 D5 L3).
Shrewsbury have won each of their last three League One games on home soil, keeping clean sheets in two of them - the Shrews last won four consecutive home matches in September 2017 (5).
Charlton have lost back to back league games failing to score in both - the Addicks last went on a longer run of defeats without scoring back in November 2015 in the Championship (five consecutive defeats without scoring).