Last Updated: 07/12/18 3:37pm
Ryan Edwards could return for Plymouth when they host struggling Bradford.
The centre-half has recovered from a chest infection and got 75 minutes under his belt for the reserves in midweek. Captain Gary Sawyer is ready to return to training after recovering from a broken foot.
Defender Scott Wootton (thigh) and midfielder Conor Grant (calf) are still sidelined.
Bottom-club Bradford will again be without Nathaniel Knight-Percival. The defender serves out the final of his three-game suspension following a red card against Oxford.
Midfielder Hope Akpan is set to return to the squad after missing the past four matches with a shoulder problem. Manager David Hopkin otherwise reported no fresh injury problems following the FA Cup second-round draw against Peterborough.
Plymouth have only lost one of their six league meetings with Bradford in the 21st Century (W3 D2), a 1-0 defeat at Valley Parade in League Two in November 2012.
Bradford have only won one of their last 14 league visits to Plymouth (D3 L10), a 5-1 win in August 1994.
Plymouth have alternated between a defeat and a victory in their previous six home League One matches (W3 L3), winning their last such game 2-1 against Fleetwood.
Bradford have won just one of their last nine league games (D1 L7), a 2-0 victory against Oxford.
Bradford City’s David Ball has scored four and assisted one goal in his last five league appearances against Plymouth; against no other side has he scored more in the Football League (level with Dagenham and Redbridge and Oxford).