Plymouth v Tranmere preview

Date published: Monday 24th August 2015 1:24

Plymouth v Tranmere preview

Plymouth could be without Olly Lee again when they host struggling Tranmere.
The Birmingham loanee has returned to his parent club for treatment on a groin injury that forced him out of the defeat at Carlisle and the midfielder may not feature again before his loan spell at Home Park comes to an end.
Lee Cox suffered a recurrence of a quad muscle during training this week and joins Lee on the sidelines as Argyle look to secure the final League Two play-off spot.
Reuben Reid looks set to keep his place once more despite struggling with a foot injury in recent weeks.
Bottom side Tranmere have been dealt a huge blow with the news Danny Holmes may miss the first game of the post-Micky Adams era.
Rovers, who prop up the division ahead of their final two tricky contests against the Pilgrims and Bury, parted ways with Adams on Sunday after one win in 13 left them staring directly at non-league football.
Alan Rogers and Shaun Garnett will oversee affairs for the final pair of games and could be without Holmes after he left training on Thursday on crutches having injured his ankle.
Midfielder Rob Taylor is another who will miss out due to an ankle problem, while Marcus Holness (knee) has already been ruled out for the season.
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