Shrewsbury Town Vs Aldershot Town, Sat 21 Aug 2010

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Chris Neal is set to feature in goal for Shrewsbury as Graham Turner's side look to continue their winning start to the League Two campaign against Aldershot.

First-choice keeper Ben Smith was substituted with a groin injury during last weekend's win over Macclesfield so youngster Hakan Duyan will provide back-up for Neal on the substitutes bench.

Town will also be without Kevin McIntyre as he completes a three-match ban for his straight red card in the opening-day victory over Bradford.

Kris Bright is expected to return to the matchday squad after his recovery from illness but fellow striker Nathan Elder remains a long-term injury victim with knee ligament damage.

John Halls could return to Aldershot`s squad.

Midfielder Halls, 28, last featured in the play-off defeat to Rotherham back in May and has since been sidelined with a groin injury.

But the former Reading and Stoke man returned to training this week and could make Kevin Dillon`s matchday 18.

Youngster Jack Randall is still waiting to make his debut after breaking an ankle in pre-season, but otherwise Dillon has no injury concerns for the visit to the joint league leaders.

Marvin Morgan scored his first goal of the season in last weekend`s 1-0 win at home to Southend and he will again lead the line, with ex-Sheffield Wednesday forward Wade Small again left on the bench.

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