February 9, 2013
Holdsworth has decisions to make
Team Stat Comparison
|Aldershot Town||Plymouth Argyle|
|Goals for *||1.0||0.9|
|Goals against *||1.3||1.3|
|Last 5 home||W-L-W-L-L||L-W-W-W-D|
|Last 5 away||L-L-D-D-D||L-W-L-L-W|
|* Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club|
|Stats: Aldershot Town | Plymouth Argyle|
Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth must decide whether to change formation for the crucial visit of relegation rivals Plymouth.
Danny Hylton worked to good effect in front of Asa Hall, Oliver Risser - both making their full debuts - and Danny Rose in a 4-2-3-1 formation in last weekend's goalless draw at Exeter.
It was a result which moved the Shots out of the npower League Two relegation zone and above fellow strugglers Plymouth, although Holdsworth may opt to go for a more attacking approach with two up front on home soil against the Pilgrims and that could mean a recall for Craig Reid.
Defender Terrell Forbes and winger Lionel Ainsworth are still waiting for their first starts for the club.
Aaron Morris remains a doubt with his hamstring injury.
Plymouth boss John Sheridan has received mixed injury news ahead of the match.
Argyle will be without Curtis Nelson but Gozie Ugwu should be fit.
Defender Nelson (groin) missed the 0-0 draw with Dagenham last weekend and will sit out again while on-loan Reading striker Ugwu (ankle) is yet to play for the Pilgrims but trained with his team-mates on Thursday.
Argentine winger Andres Gurrieri could also be involved after impressing in Plymouth reserves' 2-0 win over Torquay on Tuesday.
That match saw 17-year-old striker Tyler Harvey substituted after 11 minutes after being injured in a tackle and the youth product is struggling to be fit.