Jimmy - We're going all out for victory

Last updated : 23 April 2004 By Matthew Gamble
Shrewsbury have already qualified for tha play-offs and Quinn fielded some fringe players in Tuesday's game against Gravesend.

Saturday's game should see No. 1 keeper Scott Howie regaining his place after an impressive debut from youngster Joe Hart on Tuesday. Lee Lawrence could also start, after extending his loan from Man Utd.

Quinn says he recognises the need to protect his players from injuries ahead of the play-offs, but still wants to win the game. He said: 'There won't be any complacency on our part, however, we've got to be a little bit wary that we don't get anyone hurt because we can't afford to have lads out for the play-offs'.

With this in mind, Quinn could start with Duane Darby on the bench. Darby has had an impressive scoring record of late, but has been contending with a niggling leg injury. This could see the nippy-looking partnership of Luke Rodgers and Jody Banim deployed at Morecambe.

Town have already beaten Morecambe three times this season, but with the Shrimps looking at the outside chance of a play-off spot, the game will certainly be no push-over.

Town will be hoping to give their fancy dress-clad fans something to cheer about tomorrow.