Shrewsbury’s disappointing 2-1 defeat against relegation rivals Rochdale has fuelled concern about their survival chances.
A disappointing defensive display and the inability to take and create chances; are not traits that Sam Ricketts will be particularly fond of.
But the former Wales international can welcome back influential midfielder Anthony Grant; who has served his two-match suspension for an accumulation of yellow cards.
Defender James Bolton sustained an ankle injury in a freak gym accident, and the club
Romain Vincelot (knee) is making good progress but remains absent; whilst John-Lewis will play no further
Ricketts may shuffle his pack, with Josh Laurent, Aaron Amadi-Holloway, and Scott Golbourne pushing for a recall.
Town’s last away victory against Plymouth came in August 2001 – thanks to Nigel Jemson’s solitary strike.
The home side will be without midfielder Joel Grant (shoulder) for the rest of the season. Goalkeeper Kyle Letheren (groin) may return to the fold.
Everton loanee Conor Grant suffered a thigh injury in a reserve game a couple of weeks ago
Lloyd James was ineligible to face his parent club in the 0-0 draw against table-toppers
Plymouth Argyle currently
Plymouth Argyle: (4-2-3-1)
1. Macey, 2. Riley, 5. Edwards, 14. Canavan, 20. Jones, 4.
Subs: 3.Sawyer, 6. Ness, 9. Taylor, 13. Anderson, 21. Letheren, 23. Smith-Brown, 29. Fletcher
Shrewsbury Town: (3-4-1-2)
1. Arnold, 2. Williams, 22. Waterfall, 6. Beckles, 7. Whalley, 42. Grant, 28. Laurent, 8. Docherty, 23. Golbourne, 20. Holloway, 11. Campbell
Subs: Mitchell 3. Haynes, 5. Sadler, 12. Okenabirhie, 27. Sears, 29. Norburn, 50. Payne
Other League One Fixtures:
AFC Wimbledon V Peterborough
Barnsley V Sunderland
Blackpool V Doncaster
Bradford V Luton
Charlton V Burton
Coventry V Fleetwood
Gillingham V Bristol Rovers
Rochdale V Oxford
Scunthorpe V Southend
Walsall V Portsmouth
Wycombe V Accrington