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Preview: Burton v Plymouth Argyle
Since I started writing these previews, I’ve found this the hardest game to predict. Because this fixture could throw up any scoreline.
Preview: Lincoln v Plymouth Argyle
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...
Preview: Grimsby v Plymouth Argyle
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
Preview: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter
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
Preview: Bristol Rovers v Plymouth Argyle
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...
Preview: Milton Keynes v Plymouth Argyle
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
Player Ratings: Accrington Stanley (H)
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...
Preview: Plymouth Argyle v Accrington
Just because the games against the “big” sides may have passed, Argyle cannot afford to take their collective feet off the gas.
Preview: Sheffield Wednesday (H)
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
Preview: Ipswich (H)
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
Preview: Portsmouth (A)
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
Player Ratings: Fleetwood Town (A)
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