torquay united ace billy kee, couretsy and copyright pinnacle photo agency ukTorquay United's first leg-winning XI are set to be unchanged for tonight's League Two play off semi-final second leg at Shrewsbury (1945).

Gulls boss Paul Buckle is anticipating go on the attack again, with the front line again led by 15-goal Chris Zebroski and on-loan Dagenham danger man Gavin Tomlin, flanked by Billy Kee and on-loan Shrewsbury pace ace Jake Robinson.

Buckle - who is banishing all thoughts of United's 2-0 first leg success against the Shrews - said: "Shrewsbury will be trying to unsettle us as quickly as they can. If they were coming to Plainmoor 2-0 up, we'd be trying to do the same.

"None of that matters. I'm not interested in anything but my team. We will concentrate solely on us and any team this year will tell you that trying to stop Kee, Tomlin, Zebroski and Robinson in theri tracks is a thankless task.

"We are going there to try and win the game."

United's self-styled Yellow Army of supporters will make their most important trip for several seasons when they visit Shrewsbury tonight.

Buckle said: "We had wonderful support from the Torquay people for the first leg and a big thank-you to them. Now let's try and go up to Shrewsbury and put on the same sort of show, not have any fears and try to win a game of football.

"The Shrewsbury people will turn up in numbers and will be hoping their team can get the first goal because the first goal will be critical, like in any game, and will change the mentality of the tie.

"I expect a full house but also expect to see a sea of yellow, which I've seen all season. It makes me very proud and grateful because I know the miles all the people in Torquay travel to see us."

Kee player: United's powerhouse forward Billy Kee (pinnacle photo agency uk)

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