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Shot by Anthony Straker from deep inside the penalty area misses wide to the left of the target.
Wade Small takes a shot. Save made by Benjamin Smith.
David Davies concedes a free kick for a foul on Anthony Straker. Jamie Young takes the indirect free kick.
The official flags Danny Hylton offside. Indirect free kick taken by Benjamin Smith.
Corner taken right-footed by Lionel Ainsworth from the left by-line to the near post, John Halls manages to make a clearance.
James Collins takes a shot. Ben Harding on for Jamie Vincent. Wade Small joins the action as a substitute, replacing Jermaine McGlashan.
Corner taken by Lionel Ainsworth from the right by-line, clearance by Darren Jones.
Tom Bradshaw takes a shot. Save by Jamie Young.
The offside flag is raised against Jermaine McGlashan. Benjamin Smith takes the indirect free kick.
Anthony Straker takes the inswinging corner, clearance by Matt Harrold.
Unfair challenge on Jermaine McGlashan by Mat Sadler results in a Penalty. Placed penalty scored by Danny Hylton. Aldershot 3-0 Shrewsbury.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jermaine McGlashan by Niall Canavan. Ben Herd takes the free kick. Booking for Niall Canavan.
John Halls gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nicky Wroe. David Raven takes the free kick.
Foul by Danny Hylton on Ian Sharps, free kick awarded. Benjamin Smith restarts play with the free kick.
Shot on goal by Jermaine McGlashan from inside the box goes harmlessly over the target. (Shrewsbury) makes a substitution, with Tom Bradshaw coming on for Mark Wright.
Alex Rodman is ruled offside. Benjamin Smith takes the free kick.
Matt Harrold gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Anthony Charles. Ben Herd restarts play with the free kick. Matt Harrold booked.
Lionel Ainsworth is brought on as a substitute for Jon Taylor.
Damian Spencer leaves the field to be replaced by Alex Rodman.
Corner taken by Jon Taylor, comfortable save by Jamie Young.
Darren Jones challenges James Collins unfairly and gives away a free kick. Mat Sadler delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from left wing, Darren Jones manages to make a clearance.
David Davies takes a shot. Jamie Young makes a save.
Unfair challenge on Danny Hylton by David Raven results in a free kick. Jamie Vincent takes the indirect free kick.
Jermaine McGlashan concedes a free kick for a foul on Mark Wright. Indirect free kick taken by Benjamin Smith.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Matt Harrold on Anthony Charles. John Halls takes the free kick.
James Collins is ruled offside. Ben Herd takes the free kick.
Close range header by Matt Harrold goes wide of the left-hand post.
Effort from outside the penalty box by Danny Hylton goes wide right of the target.
Inswinging corner taken by John Halls from the left by-line.
Unfair challenge on Damian Spencer by David Davies results in a free kick. Luke Guttridge produces a strike on goal direct from the free kick, blocked by David Davies.
James Collins is ruled offside. Jamie Young restarts play with the free kick.
Shot from just outside the box by Jermaine McGlashan goes over the crossbar.
Foul by Danny Hylton on David Davies, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by David Davies.
Jon Taylor takes a shot from just outside the penalty area clears the crossbar.
Damian Spencer takes a shot. Benjamin Smith makes a save.
Luke Guttridge takes a shot. Save made by Benjamin Smith. Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Anthony Straker, Ian Sharps makes a clearance.
Goal scored by Ben Herd from just outside the box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Aldershot 2-0 Shrewsbury.
Anthony Charles concedes a free kick for a foul on Matt Harrold. Ian Sharps takes the free kick.
Foul by David Davies on John Halls, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Anthony Charles.
Jon Taylor takes the outswinging corner, save made by Jamie Young.
Anthony Charles gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Matt Harrold. Ian Sharps takes the indirect free kick.
Mark Wright takes a shot. Save made by Jamie Young.
The assistant referee flags for offside against James Collins. Free kick taken by Anthony Charles.
Anthony Straker fouled by Nicky Wroe, the ref awards a free kick. John Halls takes the free kick.
Foul by Jamie Vincent on Nicky Wroe, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Nicky Wroe.
Free kick awarded for a foul by James Collins on Darren Jones. Free kick taken by Jamie Young.
Same again for Shots
Aldershot are set to be unchanged for the visit of promotion hopefuls Shrewsbury.
Dean Holdsworth's men drew 0-0 with Southend last weekend and the former Wimbledon and Bolton striker has no fresh injury concerns to contend with.
Striker Damian Spencer is back in action after five months out having fully recovered from a knee injury and he could keep his place.
Alex Rodman has made his comeback from a calf injury while fellow winger Jermaine McGlashan is struggling with an ongoing shin splints problem but is available.
Youth-team graduate Adam Mekki will be included in the squad again after impressing lately but forward Jack Randall broke his leg while on loan at Didcot Town recently and is a long-term absentee.
Shrewsbury have concerns over Tom Bradshaw.
The Wales Under-21 striker tweaked his knee in training earlier this week and will be assessed ahead of the clash.
Bradshaw, 18, has started Shrews` previous two games, both of which have been convincing victories, having come off the bench against Bradford to bag a brace and turn the game on its head.
Graham Turner will be keen to keep faith with an unchanged line-up for a third successive match but, should Bradshaw not make it, then the Town boss has plenty of players champing at the bit, with Matt Harrold most likely to step in.
The sickness bug that swept through the Shrewsbury camp last week has now disappeared, with those affected back up to full strength.
Young starlet Jon Taylor is one of those now fighting fit having been forced out of last weekend`s 4-1 win against Macclesfield just before half-time. But again, Turner is presented with options and a welcome selection headache after fellow winger Lionel Ainsworth came off the bench to bag a brace.
Danny at the double
Shrewsbury slipped out of the automatic promotion places as Danny Hylton's double helped Aldershot to a 3-0 win.
Graham Turner's men had won their last three games but never recovered from two goals in the space of five minutes from Hylton and defender Ben Herd - his first goal for the Shots against his former club.
The visitors though started brightly and could have taken the lead as David Raven's dangerous cross just failed to find the onrushing Matt Harrold and James Collins before Mark Wright completely miscued a volley.
Instead the home team took the lead in the 24th minutes as Jermaine McGlashan found Hylton on the left who lashed home from just inside the area.
Herd found space five minutes later on the edge of the box but his low effort took a wicked deflection off Niall Canavan to give goalkeeper Ben Smith little chance.
McGlashan proved a constant thorn in the Shrews' defence and he won a penalty in the 76th minute when he was brought down by Mat Sadler and Hylton made no mistake.
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