Since I started writing these previews, I’ve found this the hardest game to predict. Because this fixture could throw up any scoreline.
It’s time for Plymouth Argyle to find a response. Don’t get me wrong, the start to this season has been generally delightful; you’d have to be a bit of a masochist not to be pleased with 41 points after 17 games. But after the trauma of losing 5-1, and indeed having...
Can Argyle pick up the win at Blundell Park? Well, given they remain the highest-ranked side in the draw, they’ll certainly start as favourite
It’s an old cliché that the form book goes out of the window on derby day, but I think this would’ve been a close game regardless of geographical proximity
Are you going to Bristol this weekend? You lucky thing. Considering the carnage of supporters trying to buy tickets last Wednesday, I’d say there’s more than a few who would jump at the chance to spend £25 to stand on the uncovered terrace, or even more to sit in a...
MK are not the same team they were last season. Not by a long shot. The losses over the summer of Scott Twine and Harry Darling have been crippling
Argyle continued their impressive start to the 2022/23 league season racking up yet another home victory in the process - this time a 3-0 win against Accrington Stanley, here’s how the players are rated: Michael Cooper – 8 Cooper’s list of admirers is only growing due...
Just because the games against the “big” sides may have passed, Argyle cannot afford to take their collective feet off the gas.
We’ll have some fairly similar formations on show on Tuesday night. Wednesday’s preferred formation this season is more or less a mirror image of Argyle’s shape from last year: 3-4-1-2. T
Plymouth Argyle have strung plenty of wins together, conceded a stoppage time equaliser in a 2-2 draw at Portsmouth, and have the chance to go top of the league as Ipswich Town come to Home Park
There may be a few holes Argyle can look to exploit, but Portsmouth don’t have many. Indeed, I would argue that Portsmouth away is probably the hardest fixture Argyle could have faced at this stage of the season
It was a disappointing afternoon for Argyle at Highbury, as Fleetwood claimed a 2-1 victory. An abysmal refereeing performance aside, Argyle never quite got going