Plymouth Argyle welcome York City to Home Park on Easter Monday looking to build on the 2-0 away victory at Morecambe on Good Friday.

The victory at The Globe Arena was Argyle’s first win in five league matches and The Pilgrims really must find some consistent form between now and the end of the campaign if they are to finish in the automatic promotion places.

Plymouth Argyle Manager Derek Adams has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the clash with the struggling Minstermen. Midfielder Hiram Boateng is pushing for a recall to the starting line up while Carl McHugh is expected to start after recently returning from injury.

York City make the long trip south knowing that there is little margin for error if they are to cause a huge surprise and retain their Football League status next season.

The Minstermen will again be without striker Jake Hyde who has a groin injury while Bradley Fewster is struggling with a back problem. On loan Newcastle United defender Kyle Cameron is away on international duty and is unavailable for selection. Winger Michael Coulson could start after scoring the equalising goal against Crawley Town on Good Friday after being introduced to the action from the substitutes bench.

Both sides are desperate for three points for opposite reasons and the Easter Monday fixture promises to be a fascinating battle at Home Park.

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