Bristol Rovers are hoping leading scorer Jonson Clarke-Harris will be fit to return as they host Plymouth in the FA Cup second round.
Graham Coughlan opted against risking the nine-goal striker in last weekend’s 4-3 win at Shrewsbury as he was not 100 per cent following the midweek FA Cup win at Bromley, but the 25-year-old is pushing to be involved against Argyle.
Centre-back Tom Davies has been sidelined for over a month with a knee injury and could miss out again on Sunday.
Defender Josh Hare and midfielder Sam Matthews remain long-term injury absentees for the League One Pirates.
Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe must decide whether to change a winning formula when they head to the Memorial Stadium.
Lowe has named the same starting XI for the last three matches and has been rewarded with successive victories over Bolton, in the FA Cup, and League Two promotion rivals Forest Green and Bradford.
If Lowe does decide to shuffle his pack for the cup, then striker Billy Clarke could be in line for his first appearance since the Bolton win.
Fellow forwards Dom Telford, who spent the 2017-18 season on loan at Rovers from Stoke, and Ryan Taylor will also be hoping for an opportunity.