Plymouth sweating on Matty Kennedy's fitness ahead of visit of Crewe
On-loan midfielder Matty Kennedy is doubtful for Plymouth's Sky Bet League Two clash against Crewe.
Food poisoning forced Kennedy to miss their goalless draw at Colchester last time out and Saturday's match may come too soon for the Scotsman.
Defender Sonny Bradley is also a doubt after missing the Pilgrims' last two games with a leg injury.
Gary Miller and David Ijaha remain absent.
Crewe's defensive problems persist ahead of the trip to Home Park.
George Ray is out with a stress fracture of the back while Ben Nugent could be set for an extended spell on the sidelines after undergoing knee surgery.
Fellow centre half Jon Guthrie is unlikely to play again this season despite making progress after a hernia operation, which will again leave 21-year-old Perry Ng and midfielder Billy Bingham at the heart of a makeshift back four.
Midfielder Danny Hollands (hamstring) is another who will not feature again this campaign but on-loan striker Jordan Bowery is available again after being ineligible against parent club Leyton Orient last weekend.