SHREWSBURY Town have frustrated supporters with their inconsistent Sky Bet League One season.

Goals have been the problem for manager Sam Ricketts, with the team finding the net just 16 times in 17 league games, but they have creative players who can unlock Oxford United’s defence tomorrow.


The Wolves loanee has the ability to get fans of their seats, but a knee injury in October that ruled him out for two weeks stalled his momentum.

At just 19, Giles is still very raw but offers a real threat – whether it is from the start or coming off the bench.

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A brace in Shrewsbury’s 4-3 home defeat to Bristol Rovers in their last league outing continued Laurent’s impressive recent form.

Comfortable in midfield, the 24-year-old’s three goals this season already outstrips his total for last term.

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The Scotsman has mainly been used as a right wing back since signing on a free transfer from Sunderland in the summer.

Love has had to adapt to his new role, but a string of impressive performances have made him an ever-present in Ricketts’ side.