Shrews won't risk Wildig

Last Updated: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 08:41

Shrewsbury caretaker Michael Jackson will not take any chances with Aaron Wildig for the trip to Swindon.

The midfielder had only recently returned from a knee injury when he suffered a thigh problem against MK Dons and missed the 3-0 defeat to Rotherham at the weekend that proved to be Graham Turner's last game in charge.

Jackson, who will take the reins for the next three matches, stressed that he would assess Wildig carefully prior to the fixture but the midfielder would not be risked if there was any doubt about his fitness.

Jermaine Grandison is closing in on a return from a hip problem but will not be involved at the County Ground.

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