Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Plymouth Argyle and Aldershot at Home Park.
Plymouth boss Carl Fletcher could name an unchanged side for their league opener.
The Pilgrims cruised past Portsmouth with a 3-0 win in Tuesday's League Cup tie and impressed throughout and Fletcher could opt for the same team at Home Park.
Summer signing Rhys Griffiths has been ruled out for at least two weeks after suffering a calf injury in the build up to the midweek game and a scan has shown some damage to the muscle.
Fellow new arrival Jamie Lowry will miss out as he is expected to be sidelined until late October with an ankle ligament injury.
Skipper Darren Purse came through the midweek match unscathed as he continues his comeback after a toe operation and should retain his place in defence.
Meanwhile, Aldershot open their league campaign at Plymouth without the services of star striker Danny Hylton.
Hylton is suspended for the opening eight matches of the season having last week seen his appeal dismissed against May's guilty verdict delivered to two FA charges of racial abuse.
Hylton missed last weekend's Capital One Cup defeat to Wolves, with Saturday's clash at Home Park the second of eight games. He is scheduled to return against Accrington on September 22.
Midfielder Craig Stanley (broken leg) and goalkeeper Ross Worner (back) remain sidelined, while defenders Guy Branston and Olly Lancashire (both calf) are expected to miss out.
Versatile defender Myles Anderson has this week arrived on a one-month loan deal from Blackburn and could well start.