Shrewsbury v MK Dons preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 11:51am
Shrewsbury have no new injury worries ahead of their regular-season finale against MK Dons.
The Shrews will head into the Sky Bet League One play-offs after the visit of managerless MK Dons on Saturday.
Abu Ogogo has returned to training but will not be risked after a knee injury, while defender Toto Nsiala continues to play with a fractured cheekbone. Defender Junior Brown is a long-term absentee with a serious knee injury.
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Relegated Dons dropped out of League One after defeat to Scunthorpe last week. Osman Sow, who Dons have missed, has been struggling with injury.
Alex Gilbey (knee) remains sidelined for the Dons, who sacked Dan Micciche as manager last month. Peter Pawlett has suffered niggles, according to caretaker-manager Keith Millen, and missed the Scunthorpe game but may return in Shropshire.
Including play-offs, these sides share identical records in league meetings played in Shrewsbury, winning one each, drawing four and scoring seven each.
MK Dons have lost only one of their last nine league meetings with the Shrews (W4 D4), and are unbeaten in the last five (W3 D2).
Shrewsbury have lost each of their last three league games on the final day, this after just one loss in the previous 10 (W4 D5).
MK have alternated between a win and loss in each of their last nine final season games, winning last season against Walsall.
Chuks Aneke has been directly involved in seven of MK Dons last 11 league goals (three goals, four assists).