ARGYLE midfielder Graham Carey is hopeful that the injury to his knee will not keep him out of the action for the Greens' Sky Bet League 2 televised game away to Notts County on Sunday.
Carey picked up a knock to his knee against Barnet, and was available for selection for the Pilgrims home game against Crawley. However, the knee flared up after the win against the Red Devils, leaving manager Derek Adams to decide it was best not to risk Graham for the club's game against derby rivals Exeter City. "I was still a bit sore and the manager said there's no point risking it," said Graham.
Plenty of strengthening work in gym, ice and a bit of rest will hopefully see the number 10 continue his run of starting every league game so far when the side faces Notts County at Meadow Lane. "I'm very hopeful; I should be good to go Sunday," said Graham.
The game against County, which will be screened live on Sky Sports, is Argyle's seventh away game of the season in all competitions. Of the six so far, they have won four, so expectations are understandably high for the trip to Nottinghamshire. "Going into away games I think we've performed quite well this season," said Carey. "I think it suits us as well playing away from home with the players we have to counter-attack teams.
"We have our own game plan and we want to play the same way we've played all season, so I think we'll just focus on their strengths, work on our strengths and hopefully our strengths will be better than theirs.
"It's all about us on the day and if we play to our strengths there's no reason why we can't take 3 points."