Fleetwood clash could be Shrewsbury swansong for Ivan Toney
Ivan Toney could make his final Shrewsbury appearance against Fleetwood on Monday.
Shrews boss Paul Hurst has refused to be drawn on whether he will extend the six-month loan deal of Newcastle forward Toney, which was agreed by his predecessor Micky Mellon.
Hurst says he will delay his team selection because of a number of undisclosed injury and illness concerns in camp.
But Joe Riley is available after being omitted for tactical reasons last time out.
Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler is expected to select from the same squad which he selected for Saturday's win over Oldham.
The German reported no new injury concerns after the Latics success and stoked the fire by suggesting the Shrews were favourites due to their extra day's rest.
Kyle Dempsey lasted 55 minutes on his return from injury but Rosler remains without Jimmy Ryan (foot), Martyn Woolford (knee), Ashley Eastham (jaw) and Michael Duckworth (groin).
Strikers Chris Long and Devante Cole both impressed off the bench at the weekend and could be promoted to the starting line-up by Rosler.