Fletcher back to boost Pilgrims

Plymouth captain Carl Fletcher has handed Peter Reid a boost by returning for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday.

Last Updated: 17/09/10 at 12:05

Fletcher: Back in the frame

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Fletcher is back in full training following two games on the sidelines with a thigh problem and he is likely to go straight into the starting line-up.

Romain Larrieu, the club's longest-serving player, will start his first league game of the season after loanee David Button returned to parent club Tottenham to receive treatment on an ankle injury picked up in the 0-0 draw with Colchester.

Elsewhere, Reid will be without Yala Balasie, who is still recovering from ankle surgery, and Rory Fallon after his hernia operation.

Luke Summerfield will also be missing with a swollen knee as Reid attempts to get the Pilgrims' season back on track after only one win in five league games.

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