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Plymouth Argyle will not be taking this weekend’s game any easier despite playing bottom of the table Morecambe, managed by former Argyle boss Derek Adams.
Plymouth Argyle will be on television for their FA Cup second-round replay against Bristol Rovers this coming Tuesday, with the winner facing Coventry.
In truth, however, all of the midfield had to share a portion of the blame; that was where the game was lost this weekend
Plymouth Argyle succumbed to a poor 1-0 defeat to Cambridge United, which was probably deserved after performance that lacked creativity and control.
Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe was absent from this weeks pre-match press conference so his assistant Steven Schumacher took press duties.
Cambridge and Plymouth Argyle come into the game in contrasting form. The U’s have picked up 1 win in their last 5, failing to score in 3 of those matches.
This week, as we head into November, the nights continue to get shorter, and the games are coming thick and fast, with FA Cup action to look out for.
Plymouth Argyle won two late penalties, with Antoni Sarcevic scoring one and missing the next, as they drew 1-1 with Bristol Rovers.
Plymouth Argyle will face Coventry City or Ipswich Town at Home Park in the FA Cup third round if they beat Bristol Rovers in a replay.