Plymouth have been picking up some superb results and are now sitting snugly at the top end of the League One table.
After a solid point against another side harbouring play-off aspirations in Sheffield Wednesday last weekend, they now head into the weekend with another tricky tie against Accrington.
Despite the international break, Argyle have kept their fixture intact and it will mean that they are without one or two familiar faces for the game.
Who then, could step into the side for their next match?
Two players who will miss out due to their international commitments are Brendan Galloway in defence and Luke Jephcott in attack. The duo have been mainstays in the team so far this campaign but will have to sit out this next fixture.
Plymouth though have a squad that is more than capable of finding suitable replacements in both positions. Macauley Gillesphey is the likely candidate to fill in at the back in what is a three centre-back pairing.
As for up front, the goals of Jephcott will be sorely missed but it will likely give Jordan Garrick the chance to impress. The youngster has featured largely off the bench for Argyle but could get another chance to shine from the start here.
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Having had a decent goal contribution tally in the third tier with Swindon, there still could be plenty to come from the 23-year-old and this weekend could be the start.
As for the rest of the side, it would be a surprise if boss Ryan Lowe didn’t stick with the players he had during his team’s last League One victory over Ipswich. Minus any injuries then, expect more of the same from the club in the rest of the positions.