Cameron Borthwick-Jackson sidelined as Scunthorpe host Shrewsbury

Posted Thursday, September 20, 2018 by PA

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson sidelined as Scunthorpe host Shrewsbury

Scunthorpe boss Stuart McCall will be without Cameron Borthwick-Jackson as he looks to secure a first home win of the season in Saturday’s League One clash with Shrewsbury.

The on-loan Manchester United defender suffered concussion during the first half of last Saturday’s 3-2 win at AFC Wimbledon and will sit out this weekend as a result.

Lewis Butroid took his place against the Dons and will hope to get the nod this time around.

Full-back Jordan Clarke remains a doubt, while fellow defender Rory McArdle is out, as are long-term absentees Rory Watson and Matt Gilks.

Shrewsbury manager John Askey is looking for more of the same after seeing his side claim their first win of the season against Southend last weekend.

Goals from Greg Docherty and Lee Angol, the two men he had drafted into the team after a 1-1 draw at Portsmouth, did the trick in a 2-0 victory.

Full-back James Bolton was an unused substitute after recovering from a hamstring problem and he will hope to force his way back into contention, while keeper Steve Arnold resumed on the bench following a training ground injury.

However, striker Abo Eisa remains on the sidelines as he battles a knee problem.




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