Plymouth without Jimmy Spencer for clash with Barnet
Plymouth have lost striker Jimmy Spencer for three months with a serious ankle problem as injuries continue to take their toll on Derek Adams' squad going into Tuesday's meeting with Barnet.
Spencer went over on his ankle in training ahead of Saturdays' 3-0 loss to Grimsby, which ended a 14-game unbeaten run.
He joins Nauris Bulvitis, David Ijaha, Gary Sawyer and Ryan Brunt in the treatment room.
However, Oscar Threlkeld was fit enough for the bench on Saturday while Paul-Arnold Garita has returned from injury - just in time to take over from Spencer.
Bira Dembele returns from suspension for Barnet.
The defender missed Saturday's goalless draw at home to Crewe after collecting five yellow cards this season.
But Alie Sesay is midway through a three-match ban while Michael Gash (knee), James Pearson (knee), Shaun Batt (hamstring) and Gavin Hoyte (hamstring) remain sidelined.
Winger Ephron Mason-Clark made his league debut, aged 17, as a sub against Crewe and could be involved again.