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Both Plymouth Argyle and MK Dons will be feeling the pressure heading into Saturday’s League One encounter at Home Park.
Plymouth Argyle are now on a run of six consecutive league defeats after losses to Bristol Rovers and Crewe Alexandra. How can they turn it around? You can subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and iTunes....
Things look bleak. But that doesn’t mean they will be this entire season. It might be hard to to believe, but this can be turned around.
The goals conceded do lead one to wonder what defensive work actually takes place in Argyle’s training sessions.
Both Plymouth Argyle and Bristol Rovers come into Saturday’s encounter at the Memorial Stadium knowing that three points could potentially change the trajectory of their season.
“We’ll play mostly on the deck, trying to get the front 4 in the game. Width to be provided by Leahy at left back and Ehmer at right back.”
Plymouth Argyle are now without a league win in four. Danny Mayor’s stupid sending off sparked an all too familiar collapse.
It’s hardly the first time we’ve seen Argyle fall apart this season. It almost seems to be a weekly occurrence.
Plymouth Argyle and Ipswich Town head into Saturday’s League One clash at Home Park with both managers beginning to feel the pressure after disappointing runs of form.