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Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe has confirmed that fellow defenders Will Aimson and Josh Grant are close to a return to first team action.
Three goals, three points and back in the top three, some night for Plymouth Argyle. It could have been more too, with three shots hitting the woodwork.
The conditions were not conducive to a good game of football.And yet, initially at least, that’s exactly what Argyle tried to play.
It was truly a game of two halves for Plymouth Argyle who found themselves 2-0 and a man down at half-time before a much improved showing in the second.
Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe had positive news on injuries to his squad ahead of Saturday’s crucial face off against Bradford City at Valley Parade.
Whilst Mayor’s link-up play with Callum McFadzean and Gary Sawyer was good, it was unfair to expect him to unlock the door on his own.
Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe gave no fresh updates to the fitness of his squad ahead of this Saturday’s game against Cambridge United at Home Park.
No doubt about who was the best player for Argyle tonight – Macclesfield would have been out of sight had it not been for Palmer’s first-half efforts.
“We’re short for goals up front. Most games end with both teams scoring fewer than two goals. It’s tight, low risk, low scoring football.”