Chesterfield manager John Sheridan could be set to make changes for his side's League Two clash with Shrewsbury.

Sheridan has no new injury concerns after their match with Rotherham was postponed due to a frozen pitch at Saltergate on Monday.

But Sheridan is expected to shuffle his pack after a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Lincoln on Boxing Day.

He admits he has "decisions to make" after growing tired of seeing his side concede "sloppy goals".

That could mean Australian centre-half Aaron Downes making his first appearance since suffering a serious knee injury in April.

Goalkeeper Tommy Lee, defender Dan Gray, midfielder Derek Niven and forwards Drew Talbot and Scott Boden - who scored at Lincoln - also come into the reckoning for recalls.

Shrewsbury will be without the services of Jamie Devitt and Waide Fairhurst.

Winger Devitt has been recalled by parent club Hull while fellow on-loan forward Fairhurst is back at Doncaster receiving treatment on a foot injury.

Nevertheless, manager Paul Simpson is likely to revert to the same starting XI that secured a much-needed 3-1 triumph at Bradford on Monday.

Striker Dave Hibbert was a bit sore following the clash at Valley Parade but is fine for the trip to Saltergate, yet Simpson will be without the services of current third-choice keeper Andres Arestidou.

The shot-stopper has been struggling for the past few weeks with a groin problem but it has now emerged he needs a hernia operation. Young striker Jake Simpson (knee) also remains in the sidelines.

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