Injuries could disrupt Bolton as they look to extend winning away run
Bolton have doubts over the fitness of four players as they bid for a fifth successive win.
Adam Le Fondre was suffering from blurred vision after a clash of heads during Tuesday's win over Oxford while Darren Pratley came off with a tight hamstring.
Jay Spearing (calf) and Mark Beevers (knee) have also missed training, with Bolton feeling the effects of four matches in 10 days.
If Le Fondre is ruled out, Chris Long is likely to start after impressing off the bench at the Kassam Stadium.
Shrewsbury are still without midfielder Abu Ogogo due to a knee injury.
Striker AJ Leitch-Smith is back in contention having returned from a knee problem as a late substitute in last week's defeat at Port Vale.
Manager Paul Hurst has reported no other new injury concerns.
Goalkeeper Jayson Leutwiler should rejoin the squad ahead of the game having played in Canada's midweek friendly against Scotland.