||Last Updated: Apr 12th, 2016 - 19:34:16
Plymouth expect to be at full strength for their League Cup match against Rye House at the St Boniface Arena on Friday evening (7.15pm).
There had been fitness doubts over young Australian Jack Holder, who dislocated his shoulder while racing at Somerset recently.
But co-promoter David Short says: “Jack should be OK in time for Friday so we will expect to have a full strength line-up against the Rockets.”
Rye House have a mixture of youth and experience with Stuart Robson and Leigh Lanham, who are in their late 30’s, supporting 29-year-old number one Edward Kennett.
At the other end of the scale are a couple of 22-year-old Danes in Kasper Lykke and Peter Karger along with Ben Morley, also 22, and 20-year-old Australian Cameron Heeps.
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