Curtis Nelson ruled out of Argyle's trip to Aldershot
DEFENDER Curtis Nelson has been ruled out of Plymouth Argyle's crucial away game against Aldershot Town on Saturday.
It will be the second successive match which 19-year-old Nelson has missed because of a groin injury.
Striker Tyler Harvey has a sore knee and is 'probably struggling' for the trip to Aldershot, according to manager John Sheridan.
Harvey was hurt in the early stages of the reserves' 2-0 home win against Torquay United on Saturday.
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However, on-loan Reading striker Gozie Ugwu trained with the rest of the Argyle squad this morning after recovering from an ankle injury.
Providing he suffers no reaction, 19-year-old Ugwu could be in line to make his debut for the Pilgrims.
Sheridan has also confirmed he wants to add another player to his squad now that Football League clubs can make 'emergency loan' signings.
He declined to comment, though, on speculation linking Argyle with Swindon Town midfielder Lee Cox.