Bolton Wanderers make the journey to Shropshire to the home of Shrewsbury Town for the first time in more than 25 years - a 1-0 win in February 1992 - this afternoon.
Fresh off the back of a club record feat of scoring four goals in three consecutive away games (which isn't bad for a side that had gone 16 months without an away win heading into this season), the visitors should be full of confidence today. Opponents Shrewbsury sit just two points above the League One relegation zone - and against Bolton have won their last six matches in all competitions against The Shrews.
Wanderers have also won their last four matches and lost only once in 11 games since the end of January - against league leaders Sheffield United - and scored 26 goals in the process.
The good news for Wanderers pre-match is that all the injury concerns have been allayed and Phil Parkinson is able to pick from the same squad that won at Oxford United on Tuesday evening. The only change sees Derik Osede come into the midfield in place of Jay Spearing, who presumably hasn't fully recovered from that match following his injury.
The hosts look to be lining up in a 5-3-2 formation, with Bolton academy product Joe Riley starting as a right wing-back. There's plenty of potential threat up front in the form of 18-year-old Tyler Roberts, on loan from West Bromwich Albion, and Crystal Palace loanee Freddie Ladapo, who scored a hatful of goals in non-league football.
Today's starting lineups are below, and you can follow all the action from New Meadow in the Comments section below.
Shrewsbury Town (5-3-2): Jason Leutwiler; Joe Riley, Aristote Nsiala, Adam El-Abd, Mat Sadler, Junior Brown; Louis Dodds, Gary Deegan, Ryan Yates; Freddie Ladapo, Tyler Roberts.
Substitutes: Mark Halstead, Shaun Whalley, Jack Grimmer, Bryn Morris, AJ Leitch-Smith, Alex Rodman, Stefan Payne.
Bolton Wanderers (3-4-1-2): Ben Alnwick; Dorian Dervite, David Wheater, Mark Beevers; Filipe Morais, Darren Pratley, Derik Osede, Andrew Taylor; Josh Vela; Gary Madine, Adam Le Fondre.
Substitutes: Chris Long, Max Clayton, James Henry, Jem Karacan, Jay Spearing, Dean Moxey, Mark Howard.