Plymouth boss Carl Fletcher will once again have no injury or suspension concerns.
The Pilgrims, three points adrift of safety in the npower League Two table, are desperate to secure a home victory, something they have done just once since the turn of the year and only three times all season.
Fletcher put his faith in the same starting XI against Rotherham following the victory over AFC Wimbledon, but a narrow 1-0 defeat may cause him to rethink his options.
Plymouth have struggled for goals this term and Fletcher may call on the experience of Warren Feeney which means either Alex MacDonald or Nick Chadwick would have to make way.
Teenager Isaac Vassell, who has made eight substitute appearances, will not be available after he joined Truro on loan.
Meanwhile, Shrewsbury are keeping a close eye on Joe Jacobson.
The full-back returned from a groin strain to start last weekend's 1-0 victory over Burton but suffered slight soreness after the game.
Jacobson has been receiving treatment this week, however, and is expected to be passed fit to keep his starting berth against the Pilgrims.
Otherwise, manager Graham Turner has a fully-fit squad to select from. Defenders Shane Cansdell-Sherriff and Reuben Hazell got more match practice under their belts for the club's reserves in midweek.
Romaine Sawyers will hope to keep his place in Town's XI after a disappointing full home debut against Albion which saw him replaced by Jon Taylor at half-time.
But the likes of Taylor, Terry Gornell and Nicky Wroe will be pushing for inclusion as Town look to consolidate their position in the automatic promotion places.
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