Plymouth will be boosted by the return of captain Curtis Nelson for the clash with AFC Wimbledon.
The Pilgrims skipper missed Saturday’s home victory over Mansfield as he served a one-match ban following a red card against Portsmouth and boss John Sheridan could bring him straight back into the starting line-up to face the Dons.
Anthony O’Connor came through 90 minutes, and scored the game’s opening goal, having spent two games on the sidelines with a groin problem and he should retain his place but may move into midfield.
Striker Reuben Reid will start once again despite a niggling foot injury.
Wimbledon are set to be without Deji Oshilaja, who suffered a nasty neck injury against Oxford on Saturday.
The on-loan Cardiff centre-back fell to the ground head first after an aerial challenge and was taken to hospital as a precaution.
Long-serving midfielder Sammy Moore missed the goalless draw at Kingsmeadow following the death of his mother last week.
Callum Kennedy is still struggling with a thigh injury but fellow defender Ryan Sweeney, 17, could keep his place following an impressive full debut against the U’s .
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