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30 April 2015

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Midfielder in contention after overcoming arm injury

Cameron McGeehan returning to training on Thursday and could be involved in Saturday's final game of the season against Stevenage.

The 20-year-old midfielder was taken off early in the first half during last weekend's defeat at Southend with an arm injury.

But the on-loan Norwich man is back in training and in contention to face Boro at Kenilworth Road.

The Hatters will also be without suspended Paul Benson and Ricky Miller and Shaun Whalley, who have both been suspended by the Club this week.

Boss John Still will not risk Mark Tyler in the Town's final game of the season with Elliot Justham set to continue in goal.

On the game against Boro, which the Hatters need to win and hope Shrewsbury beat Plymouth - and overturn an eight-goal swing - Still said at his Thursday press call: "The odds are stacked against us but we have to go for it. You have to still believe."

Full report and video to follow.

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