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Oscar Threlkeld still struggling for fitness as Plymouth welcome AFC Wimbledon
Plymouth have no fresh injury worries as they look to steer their League Two promotion charge back on track with a win over Wimbledon on Saturday.
The challenge for Derek Adams' side may be as much psychological as physical at Home Park after they conceded twice in the last 10 minutes to lose to Exeter in the Devon derby last weekend.
Oscar Threlkeld missed the defeat with a knock and is still struggling while Ryan Brunt remains out with a long-term anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Plymouth are fourth in the table, outside the automatic promotion spots on goal difference, after winning only twice in seven matches.
Derby loan goalkeeper Kelle Roos is expected to beat a back problem in time for AFC Wimbledon's trip to the south coast.
Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley is confident the Dutchman can come through in time for the match, in a squad showing few other injury concerns.
Barring long-term absentees Karleigh Osborne and George Oakley, Roos is Wimbledon's main injury issue.
Connor Smith and Will Nightingale came through unscathed from Under-21s duty and should be available for selection this weekend.