As pressure plates are machined almost all over, they are fairly well balanced.
If you HAVE to use the car tomorrow, go ahead, but keep the revs as much below 3,000 for as long as you can, and start stripping the engine on Monday.
I haven't done this, but I once suggested it and it apparently worked, all-be-it on a tractor
Cobble up two Spirit levels and sellotape on them, like a pitched roof, lengths of small, drawn angle alluminium ( it is usually more precision than steel), and B&Q sell it.
Put the crank on its front and rear bearing on the leveled alluminium at various 'clock' angles and watch for a one in three chance of rotation.
Re assemble twice differently, and in one combination there should be no hint of rotation.