Shrewsbury Town host Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday night in the Sky Bet League One. Kick-off is at 7:45pm.
Salop drew 1-1 with Portsmouth at Montgomery Waters Meadow on Saturday. After a goalless first half, Town broke the deadlock courtesy of Rob Street's well-placed header in the 53rd minute. However, the points were to be shared when Marlon Pack equalised in the 82nd minute for Pompey.
Meanwhile, league leaders Plymouth won 1-0 away at Exeter City. Matt Butcher’s goal in the 70th minute was enough to separate the sides.
There have been 56 matches between Salop and the Pilgrims, with Shrewsbury winning 20, losing 20 and drawing 16. In the reverse fixture, Plymouth were 2-1 winners in October at Home Park.
Name: Plymouth Argyle
Stadium: Home Park
Founded: 1886 (137 years ago), as Argyle F.C.
Chairman: Simon Hallett
Manager: Steven Schumacher
Record league win: 8-1 vs Millwall, Second Division, 16th January 1932
8-1 vs Hartlepool United, Second Division, 7th May 1994
Record league defeat: 0-9 vs Stoke City, Second Division, 17th December 1960
Highest league finish: 4th, Second Division, 1952/1953 season
One to watch: Ryan Hardie
Scottish striker Ryan Hardie was top scorer for the Pilgrims last season, scoring 19 goals in all competitions. He leads the way again this campaign, with 13 league goals and four in the EFL trophy. The 6ft 2in striker made the switch from Blackpool after successful loan spells from January 2020-January 2021, when he made the switch permanent.