No new worries for Rovers
Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore has no new injury problems as the npower League One pacesetters prepare to visit Shrewsbury.
Ian Goodison remains on the sidelines following knee surgery, while fellow centre-back Mark McChrystal is back in training after a groin problem. In the duo's absence, Ash Taylor and Ben Gibson have combined impressively in the heart of defence and the latter has impressed Moore since joining on loan from Middlesbrough. "Gibson has done nothing wrong. His performances have been fantastic," the Rovers boss told his club's official website. "In Gibson we've got a talker and that's very rare at 19. "In the past when Goody hasn't played we don't win. It's not nice for him to be out of the side, but it's nice that when he's out we have won. That's a big bonus for everyone. We've got good young players and he's going to have to fight to get back in the team when he comes back." Forward Adam McGurk and full-back Paul Black have missed the back-to-back league wins over Leyton Orient and Carlisle and remain unavailable due to thigh injuries.