Accrington manager Paul Cook has already begun to experiment ahead of next season.
With Stanley firmly in mid-table, the boss used Saturday’s clash at Cheltenham to tinker with his side. They were beaten 4-1 but have won two in a row at the Crown Ground, both 2-1.
Shrewsbury took another step towards automatic promotion with a hard-fought victory over Port Vale on Tuesday night.
The Shrews, who have won four in a row, sit second and have a four-point cushion over fourth-placed Torquay.
Town haven’t always been dominant on the road this term but with the finish line in sight they should have enough to edge past Accy.
Verdict: Accrington 0-1 Shrewsbury
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