Marcus Braddock looks ahead to this evenings trip to Plymouth Argyle
When we last played Plymouth they were in the mire that is the drop zone, needing to beat us to climb to a safer position. They didn't get their win, we ran out 2-0 winners with goals from Greg Docherty and Fejiri Okenabirhie but they did eventually climb to safety and are now in 15th position. However, quick scan of Skybet League One shows the very fine margins between with just four points the difference between the clubs from 12th to 20th.
Form(most recent first)
Freddie Ladapo 14
Ruben Lameiras 10
Graham Carey 8
Ruben Lameiras 4
Conor Grant 3
Six. Three at home and three away.
Plymouth Home Stats
Plymouth have collected an average of 1.2 points per game and have scored an average of 1.25 goals at home. They've conceded 1.6 per game in Skybet League One and have drawn 25% of games at home. Their best period of games at home is the middle 15 minutes of the second half. They've scored eleven times although that may well be in reaction to the eight they've conceded in the first fifteen minutes of the second half.
Referee - Brett Huxtable from Devon. Games this season: 32. Yellow cards: 114. Red cards: 6.
Assistants: Kevin Morris and Mark Russell.
Fourth official: Richard Hulme.
Antoni Sarcevic returns to the Plymouth squad a two-match suspension.
Anthony Grant is available after his suspension but James Bolton is still struggling with an ankle problem. Romaine Vincelot has returned to full training.
With a full set of fixtures tonight, League One may well make interesting reading tomorrow morning. Depending on results we could find ourselves in mid-table or in the relegation places depending on our performance. Hopefully we'll avoid the latter and get a little more than we did at the weekend. The return of Anthony Grant could be a big factor in our performance, his direction and experience should hopefully add something to our midfield.