Shrewsbury Town continue their desperate search for a win in League One as they face Northampton Town this weekend.
Shrewsbury Town currently sit 19th in League One with three wins, one draw and six losses from ten games so far this season.
It's been a tough couple of months for a Shrews side that seem to be getting worse as the weeks pass by.
After winning three of their first five matches, Shrewsbury have now failed to win any of their last five games having drawn one and lost four of their last five games.
Their most recent outing saw them fall to a 3-0 hammering away at Oxford United in a one-sided encounter in which they offered very little.
Equally concerning has been Shrewsbury's toothlessness in front of goal that has seen them fail to score a single goal in any of their last seven games in all competitions while scoring just once in their last nine. That is an extremely worrying trend for manager Matthew Taylor who is likely scratching his head over how to remedy the issue.
They're winless in their last three league games on home soil but having won their two home games prior to that they'll hope they can reach that level again to find a result here.
Northampton Town currently sit 17th in League One with four wins, one draw and five losses from their first ten games of the season.
It's been a solid opening two months of the campaign for the Cobblers who find themselves in a solid position despite their form wildly fluctuating.
They're coming into this game amidst a mixed run of form on the whole having won two and lost three of their last five games but having won their last two on the bounce they'll feel like momentum is behind them coming into this one.
Their most recent game saw them convincingly beat Reading by three goals to one with strikes from Sam Hoskins, George Appéré and Mitch Pinnock enough to seal all three points.
After already having beaten Exeter 2-0 in their game prior Northampton will now feel like they have the chance to embark upon a long run of form after an impressive pair of results.
They've now won two of their last four league games on the road and given Shrewsbury's struggles for form they have a huge chance to seal a three-game winning streak here.
For our Shrewsbury vs. Northampton prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the away side.