Plymouth vs Charlton preview
Last Updated: 04/04/19 4:21pm
Plymouth will be without Joe Riley when they host Charlton in League One.
A broken arm suffered at Blackpool last week means he will miss the remainder of the season.
Jamie Ness is available again, following a head injury, while Antoni Sarcevic faces a late fitness test following a foot injury. Conor and Joel Grant also miss out, but the former hopes to return from a thigh injury in the coming weeks.
Charlton will hand late fitness tests to Krystian Bielik and Lewis Page. Bielik suffered an ankle injury while with Poland Under-21s, while Page is nearing his return from a long-term groin injury.
Should the latter be available, he will vie for selection with Ben Purrington. Jake Forster-Caskey is back in full training following a knee injury that was expected to end his season, but he will not be rushed back.
Plymouth have only won one of their last eight league contests against Charlton (D2 L5), a 2-0 victory at Home Park in August 2017.
Charlton have scored exactly two goals in seven of their last eight matches versus Plymouth, only failing to find the net in a 2-0 loss in August 2017.
Plymouth are unbeaten in their eight home league games in 2019 (W5 D3), scoring 17 goals at an average of 2.1 per game.
No team have conceded fewer goals than Charlton in League One in 2019, with the Addicks allowing just eight goals in 14 games.
13 of Freddie Ladapo's 16 goals in League One this season have been scored at Plymouth's Home Park (81%).