Yeovil set for triple boost
Yeovil could have a trio of players returning from injury as they search for a first win in nine league matches.
Glovers boss Darren Way has been cautious in bringing players back too early with his small squad already stretched through absentees.
But on-loan Swansea forward Ryan Hedges, who has been out since Boxing Day with an ankle problem, could be in contention to feature if rumours of a potential move to Barnsley do not come to fruition before Tuesday's deadline.
Forward Otis Khan (ankle) and midfielder Alex Lawless (hip) may also be in line for a return after three weeks out but Ryan Dickson (broken nose) is unlikely to be fit. On-loan Tottenham striker Shayon Harrison pushing for his first start for the club.
Plymouth manager Derek Adams could hand Ryan Taylor his debut as they look to bolster their promotion push with victory at Huish Park.
Striker Taylor joined the Pilgrims after his contract at Oxford was terminated on Monday and is likely to be thrown straight into the starting line-up.
Antoni Sarcevic is also in line for his debut in the Pilgrims midfield with striker Nathan Blissett and defender Jakub Sokolik pushing for their first starts.
Gary Miller, Connor Smith, Jimmy Spencer (all ankle), Ryan Donaldson (broken jaw) and David Ijaha (pelvis) remain sidelined with long-term injuries.