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Plymouth Argyle team news for Good Friday fixture away to Norwich City

Plymouth Argyle’s on-loan Tottenham Hotspur defender Ashley Phillips returned early from England under-20s duty due to illness. Phillips missed the Young Lions’ match against the Czech Republic but should be available for the Good Friday fixture against Norwich City. International trio Alfie Devine, Conor Hazard, and Ben Waine are set to rejoin the Argyle squad, but Brendan Galloway was still absent after playing in a tournament for Zimbabwe.

Galloway’s return journey took him through Ethiopia to London, where he will meet up with his team-mates in Norwich. Argyle head coach Ian Foster expressed understanding for the players’ desire to represent their countries. Phillips, who returned to training with the Pilgrims, is recovering from illness and will be assessed over the coming days. Midfielder Adam Forshaw, who missed the last game due to injury, has returned to training but will likely have limited playing time due to the team’s busy schedule.

Foster emphasized the importance of managing Forshaw carefully given his recent injuries. Wing-back Bali Mumba will miss the match against Norwich due to a two-match suspension for receiving 10 yellow cards in the Championship this season. With Argyle playing four games in 12 days, including a crucial battle for Championship survival, the team will need to carefully manage their players and make strategic decisions about team selection. Despite challenges with injuries and suspensions, the team is preparing for an important stretch of matches in their fight to stay in the Championship.

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