League leaders Chesterfield will be without Jack Hunt for the visit of Shrewsbury.

The on-loan left-back collected his fifth yellow card of the season during the win at Wycombe last week that saw the Spireites go top of the table. He must serve a one-match suspension.

Dan Gray looks likely to replace Hunt and make his first start of the campaign. Gray has featured for just half-an-hour this season and that was in midfield during the defeat at Rotherham a month ago.

Jack Lester could be restored to the starting line up after the veteran striker impressed as a second-half substitute at Wycombe.

Chesterfield remain unbeaten at the b2net Stadium this season, winning five and drawing one of their six league matches.

Temitope Obadeyi is in line to make his debut for Shrewsbury.

The 20-year-old completed a one-month loan deal from Barclays Premier League club Bolton on Friday and goes straight into the Shrews' squad.

He could be joined in the XI by Dean Holden, who has been recalled from a loan spell at Rotherham due to doubts over David Raven's fitness.

Manager Graham Turner has revealed he may make changes for the clash.

"There might be one or two changes to the side," he told the club's official website. "Obadeyi is in contention for a start - he has enough ability to go straight into the side."

Turner's troops have slipped in recent weeks after making an excellent start to the season, but will be hoping to get back on track by claiming all three points against the Spireites.

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