Plymouth Argyle will be looking to continue their impressive start to the 2021-22 League One season when they welcome struggling Crewe Alexandra to Home Park on Tuesday night.
The home side are currently fourth in the table, having picked up 18 points from their opening nine matches, while Crewe sit 23rd, picking up just six points during a disappointing start.
Argyle are unbeaten in the league since the opening weekend, when they lost at Rotherham United, and they have won four of their last six fixtures in the third tier of English football.
Ryan Lowe's side will enter Tuesday's contest off the back of a 2-1 home success over Doncaster Rovers on Saturday; Plymouth actually trailed 1-0 until the 68th minute, when Luke Jephcott levelled the scores with a penalty, before Conor Grant netted a spot kick of his own to win it in the 92nd minute.
The Pilgrims have won four of their last six meetings with Crewe in all competitions, meanwhile, but they only took one point from the two fixtures between the two teams last term.
It is hardly time to panic, as there is still so much football to play this season, but the fact that they have only won one of their opening nine league fixtures will be concerning to the club's supporters.
Crewe have only lost one of their last four in the third tier, though, and picked up a welcome point away at Rotherham United on Saturday, with Chris Porter's last-gasp penalty securing a share of the spoils.
The Railwaymen have now drawn their last two league matches on the road, but a record of two points from five away league fixtures this term will not exactly fill the fans with too much confidence.
David Artell's side have certainly shown improvement in recent fixtures, though, and they will be looking to pick up another positive result on Tuesday.
Plymouth Argyle League One form:
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Crewe Alexandra League One form:
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Argyle could name the same starting side for a third match in succession, with the team coming through Saturday's affair against Doncaster without any injuries. The big question is, are Cooper and Mayor ready to take a place in the squad.
Brendan Galloway was booked and then replaced against Doncaster, but the defender is fit for this match and is expected to again line up in a back three for the in-form hosts.
As for Crewe, Terrell Thomas and J'Neil Bennett both missed Saturday's clash with Rotherham through illness, and the pair are doubts for Tuesday's contest.
Luke Murphy came through Saturday's match unscathed following a recent hamstring injury, though, and the club captain will be fit to start this match.
Head coach Artell will have been pleased with his team's overall performance last time out, so it would not be a surprise to see the same XI, with a 3-4-3 formation including both Scott Kashket and Callum Ainley.
Plymouth Argyle possible starting lineup:
Cooper; Wilson, Scarr, Galloway; Edwards, Camara, Houghton, Broom, Grant; Hardie, Jephcott
Crewe Alexandra possible starting lineup:
Jaaskelainen; Sass-Davies, Daniels, Offord; Ramsay, Murphy, Robertson, Adebisi; Kasket, Mandron, Ainley
Heavy rain forecast for Tuesday