Bury caretaker boss Richie Barker will be boosted by the return of defender Efe Sodje and midfielder Damien Mozika when his newly-promoted side host Wycombe.
The duo are available again after suspension and come back into contention, while Barker will also assess the fitness of defender Phil Picken.
Barker has no other major worries and will be reluctant to make changes following the promotion-clinching victory at Chesterfield on Easter Monday.
The Shakers ensured they would be playing third-tier football next season after a thrilling 3-2 victory which secured their first promotion in 14 years.
They now lie just two points behind the Spireites with two games remaining and could yet see their rise to League One be crowned by them winning the title.
Wycombe remain without three players as they look to secure promotion.
Veteran defender Chris Westwood is sidelined with a calf strain while forwards Stuart Beavon and Jon-Paul Pittman are also missing for manager Gary Waddock.
Beavon is still out with a knee injury while former Crawley man Pittman has an ankle problem.
That should see in-form Scott Rendell continue to be partnered by Ben Strevens as the Chairboys go for a win at Gigg Lane which will see them join Bury in League One next year - providing Shrewsbury lose at Cheltenham.
Skipper Gareth Ainsworth has recovered from a hamstring injury and left-back Andy Sandell is back from a knee problem.
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