Plymouth boss Peter Reid has no fresh injury or suspension worries ahead of the clash with Swindon.

Midfielder Chris Clark serves the second game of a two-match ban following his dismissal at Colchester last week, while midfielder Simon Walton will not be available despite returning to full training after a knee ligament injury sustained in pre-season.

Goalkeeper Romain Larrieu is set to keep his place between the posts with Jim Paterson playing through a niggling knee injury to keep his place at left-back.

Onismor Bhasera will continue to play on the left wing, meaning Yannick Bolasie will stay on the right side.

A win could take the Pilgrims off the foot of the table and to within three points of safety.

Elliot Benyon is hoping to return to the fold.

The January signing missed the 4-1 defeat at Southampton and Saturday`s goalless draw with Walsall due to a combination of hamstring trouble and illness, although he should be fit enough to make the bench at Home Park.

Fellow striker Thomas Dossevi, who has also been sidelined for the last two games with a side problem, is again unlikely to feature.

Vincent Pericard (knee) continues to miss out but may return to training by the end of the week, while defender Lescinel Jean-Francois is again struggling with his troublesome leg problem.

Defender Milan Misun (knee) also remains sidelined as the Robins look for a much-needed victory against cash-strapped Argyle, who prop up the table but would overtake Town if they were to triumph.

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