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Exeter City currently sit in third place in Group M of the EFL Trophy, having three points from the first two fixtures, which puts them level with both Cheltenham Town and Bristol Rovers.
The club were able to draw against Chelsea’s Under-23s team, with the game going to penalties, which they ended up losing, while their fixture with Cheltenham was also decided by the same fate, but this time the Grecians came out on top.
Matt Taylor‘s team have been able to score in both matches so far, and they certainly have plenty of confidence after only losing once all season in normal time.
Exeter also come into this game on the back of another cup fixture as they drew with Bradford City in the FA Cup on Saturday, forcing a replay later down the line.
Taylor’s squad had to battle from behind to earn the 1-1 result with a late goal from Sam Nombe in the 87th minute salvaging the game at the end.
With no game at the weekend and with everything still to play for, Richardson will likely name his strongest available Wigan side.
With Kelland Watts and Curtis Tilt both going off injured at the weekend, Luke Robinson should come into the defence, while Jordan Jones is an option further forward.
Sam Cosgrove could potentially come back into the Shrewsbury XI as a replacement for Rekeil Pyke.
However, with the Shrews also not having a game at the weekend, Cotterill will keep alterations down to a minimum.
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Josh Vela, who remained as an unused substitute on Sunday, is an option in midfield.
Wigan Athletic possible starting lineup:
Jones; Darikwa, Kerr, Pearce, Robinson; Bayliss, Power; Lang, Keane, Edwards; Wyke
Shrewsbury Town possible starting lineup:
Burgoyne; Ebanks-Landell, Pierre, Nurse; Bennett, Udoh, Davis, Leahy, Ogbeta; Cosgrove, Bowman