Team news for Monday's League Two clash between Plymouth Argyle and Aldershot at Home Park.
Argyle could be without striker Juvhel Tsoumou for the second successive match when they entertain the Shots.
Tsoumou, on loan from Preston, missed the 1-1 draw at Hereford on Good Friday after picking up a knock in training and the forward is a doubt for the visit of Dean Holdsworth's men.
Otherwise, Argyle manager Carl Fletcher has no major injury or suspension worries as the Pilgrims continue to edge towards safety.
Warren Feeney filled in for Tsoumou up front against the Bulls and is likely to do so once more at Home Park on Monday, although on-loan forward Steve Fletcher is still vying for his full debut for the club after making two substitute appearances since joining from Bournemouth.
Holdsworth could well opt to freshen up his Shots XI for the long trip to Devon.
Holdsworth felt his side's standards dropped as they fell to a 2-1 home defeat to Port Vale on Good Friday, with the loss seriously damaging the Hampshire club's outside hopes of a play-off place.
But Holdsworth, who is unlikely to have any new injury or suspension concerns, will continue to make a charge while they still have a chance of a top-seven finish.
Wilko Risser stepped off the bench as part of a double substitution along with Mark Molesley and the striker at least gave the Shots hope with his late finish, stepping up his claims for a start at Home Park.
Midfielder Peter Vincenti shrugged off illness to return to Holdsworth's matchday 16 and will also be pushing for inclusion from the off this time around.
Ross Worner (back), Alex Rodman (pulmonary embolism) and Michael Rankine (leg) are out for the rest of the season.