Danny Wilson is likely to stick with the same Swindon XI for a third successive game as his charges look to record a fourth straight win at home to Plymouth.
The Robins boss stuck with the same XI who recorded a 2-1 victory at Walsall for Saturday`s late 1-0 triumph over high-flying Huddersfield.
And he will see little reason to change a winning formula with no fresh injuries or suspensions to contend with.
Midfielder Simon Ferry looks set to return to the fold having recovered from an ankle problem but will likely have to settle for a place on the bench.
Defender Callum Kennedy dropped from the bench at the weekend due to a similar injury but he could return to Wilson`s matchday 18 on Tuesday.
Striker Charlie Austin (shoulder) remains on the sidelines and, although there has been no timescale placed on his comeback, he is likely looking at a return in early-mid October.
Plymouth manager Peter Reid may include Yala Bolasie in his team.
Bolasie made his comeback from an ankle injury on Saturday playing 20 minutes in the draw against Rochdale and may replace Onismor Bhasera in the starting line-up.
Bondz N'Gala played 90 minutes on his return from suspension and is likely to keep his place in defence while left-back Lee Molyneux is pushing for a start after his return from suspension but may have to settle for a place on the bench.
Bradley Wright-Phillips is set to continue as a solo striker after his recent goalscoring tally with Steve MacLean adopting a new role within the Argyle midfield.
Marcus Seip will continue at right-back and Rory Patterson could be in contention to start if Reid adopts a more attacking approach.
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