PLYMOUTH ARGYLE FC Team news vs Leyton Orient FC

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams will give each of his handful of injured key players “every chance” to be available for the League Two leaders’ home game against Leyton Orient FC tomorrow (1945ko).

Argyle went into Saturday’s 2-1 Devon derby defeat without five first team regulars: goalkeeper Luke McCormick, central defender Peter Hartley, defensive midfielder Carl McHugh, on-loan Crystal Palace teenage playmaker Hiram Boateng and free scoring striker Reuben Reid.

At today’s pre-match press call Adams said: “We’ll give them every chance to be available, right up until kick off.”

Despite Saturday’s defeat Adams’ Argyle remain two points clear at the summit ahead of tomorrow’s game against seventh placed Orient, 3-2 home winners over third from York on Saturday.

Brighton & Hove Albion's Cornish keeper Christian Walton and fellow loan signing, centre half Luke Croll from Crystal Palace, made their Argyle debuts on Saturday as replacements for McCormick and Hartley.

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