DEVON DERBY Argyle advise early arrival...

Plymouth Argyle supporters attending tonight’s eagerly anticipated Devon derby against Exeter City are being advised to arrive early – and those without tickets even earlier. Kick off is at 1945.

A PAFC spokesman explained: "There are no cash turnstiles tonight so entry is by ticket only so we are advising Plymouth supporters without a ticket to arrive as early as they can in order to purchase a ticket from the Home Park ticket office. We envisage a busy night.

"The game has always been all-ticket for Exeter City supporters."

John Sheridan's play-off chasing Plymouth return to Home Park following a 1-1 League Two draw at Accrington, where Argyle top scorer Reuben Reid claimed his 19th goal of the season.

Exeter City are buoyed by their best win of the season, 3-0 over fourth placed Fleetwood which enabled Paul Tisdale’s side to soar to 17th.

On-loan Bristol Rovers striker Eliot Richards - a 22-year-old Welsh forward from the Rhymney Valley - scored his first two goals for the Grecians as they impressively ended a seven-match spell without a win.

With ninth placed Plymouth only a point off the play-off pace and Exeter eager to build on Saturday's St James Park success, tonight's derby is full of Western promise.

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