PLYMOUTH Argyle have been assessing the fitness of three key players as they prepare to take on Fleetwood Town tonight.
Striker Ryan Hardie, the Pilgrims' 12-goal top scorer, has missed the last two matches due to a shoulder injury, while Danny Mayor, so often the source of Argyle's attacking play, was also ruled out of the 2-1 League One defeat by Lincoln City at Home Park because of a stiff back.
The 31-year-old had a fitness test a a couple of hours before kick-off but it was decided that it was too sore for him to play.
Then in the second half against Lincoln the Pilgrims' holding midfield player Jordan Houghton took a knock to an already bruised ankle.
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