Argyle are sweating over the fitness of strikers Nick Chadwick and Juvhel Tsoumou as they prepare for their League Two home encounter against Oxford, in which victory would secure survival.
The forward duo both missed Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Swindon with minor knocks but could come back into the reckoning when the U's come to Home Park.
Warren Feeney and Alex MacDonald were chosen to lead the line at the County Ground and could step in again should Chadwick and Tsoumou sit out, while on-loan Steve Fletcher is still waiting for his full debut since arriving from Bournemouth.
Jake Cole came through his return from an abductor injury unscathed and the keeper is expected to keep his place between the sticks against Oxford.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Ryan Clarke is unlikely to be fit in time to line up for Oxford.
The U's stopper is struggling with a rib problem ahead of the visit to Home Park, with Wayne Brown standing by to deputise once again.
Otherwise, Oxford manager Chris Wilder has no new injury or suspension problems to contend with as his side look to cement their place in the play-offs by beating their lowly hosts.
Simon Heslop came through a reserve clash in midweek following his return from a foot injury and could play a part, but Peter Leven (knee), Tom Craddock (knee) and Alfie Potter (broken ankle) will not be available to Wilder.
Striker James Constable is pushing for a recall up front after netting twice for Oxford's second string on Tuesday.