A QUICK glance at the Sky Bet League One table illustrates why Shrewsbury Town occupy 15th place.

Sam Ricketts's men have scored just 29 goals in 33 games this season, with only bottom side Bolton Wanderers finding the net fewer times.

But two wins in their last three games show Oxford United should not take tomorrow's hosts lightly and these three players could be dangerous.


The former Wycombe Wanderers defender has settled in well in his first season at the New Meadow, making 36 appearances at the heart of the back line.

Pierre even made headlines at the other end of the pitch in January, scoring a fantastic last-minute winner to secure a 1-0 Emirates FA Cup third round victory over Bristol City and set up a tie with Liverpool.


An experienced midfielder with more than 500 senior appearances, it was no surprise when Edwards was made stand-in captain following Ollie Norburn's injury.

The 34-year-old is still a reliable performer and even popped up with the winner against Doncaster Rovers last month, ending a run of eight games without victory.


The youngster was part of a new-look three-man attack in last weekend's victory at Bristol Rovers, scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win.

While only his third goal of the season, Udoh has impressed in recent games and could lead the line.