Argyle fingers crossed over Duguid

Plymouth Argyle defender Karl Duguid faces a late fitness test ahead of the Championship trip to Oakwell to tackle Barnsley on Saturday.

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Duguid: Has an ankle injury

Duguid: Has an ankle injury

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Duguid (ankle) missed Tuesday's 2-1 defeat at Reading after turning his ankle just before half-time in the 1-0 home defeat by West Brom last Saturday.

David McNamee replaced right-back Duguid at Reading after recovering from a shin injury but he was later substituted due to a groin problem, which is set to rule him out.

Midfielder Chris Clark switched to full-back to cover for McNamee at Reading and he will be on standby along with youngster Ryan Leonard.

New Zealand striker Rory Fallon (groin) is also set to face a late fitness test with recent signing Kenny Cooper, on loan from Munich 1860, waiting in the wings for his first start.

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