The latest Argyle news.
Midfielder Jamie Ness missed the game against Doncaster Rovers on Saturday due to a calf injury. It meant Ness will not have played more than 30 games in each of the last four seasons and is yet to complete a full season since making his professional debut in 2011.
Winger Paul Anderson also missed the game after picking up a groin injury.
The nine corners conceded against Doncaster meant that Argyle have now conceded 270 corners so far this season, the highest in League One and only Bolton Wanderers have conceded more (271) in all four top leagues.
Pay on the day is available for the Good Friday game against Gillingham. ..... club website
Argyle youngsters lose 1-0 against Bristol Rovers in a Merit League Two game played at Harper's Park.
Former Argyle assistant manager Lindsay Parsons passed away last week aged 73.