TEAM NEWS Nardiello targets Plymouth Argyle debut

Plymouth Argyle striker Daniel Nardiello image by James ReidTyler Harvey (ankle) is the only absentee as Plymouth Argyle seek to continue their promotion push against play-off hopefuls Wycombe on Saturday. 

Argyle boss Derek Adams said: "It'll be a tough game. Wycombe like to get the ball forward very quickly and we know we'll have to deal with that kind of challenge, which we've done very well so far this season."


TEAM NEWS Carey boost for League 2 leaders

Graham CareyPlymouth Argyle playmaker Graham Carey is available for tomorrow’s top of the table League 2 clash at Bristol Rovers.

The 26 year old Irishman’s recovery from a knee injury sustained in late November ensures the Pilgrims have a fully fit squad for the all-ticket match at the Memorial Stadium.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE FC Team news vs Leyton Orient FC

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams will give each of his handful of injured key players “every chance” to be available for the League Two leaders’ home game against Leyton Orient FC tomorrow (1945ko).

Argyle went into Saturday’s 2-1 Devon derby defeat without five first team regulars: goalkeeper Luke McCormick, central defender Peter Hartley, defensive midfielder Carl McHugh, on-loan Crystal Palace teenage playmaker Hiram Boateng and free scoring striker Reuben Reid.


TRURO CITY FC Stalwart Ash set to return

TCFC_125_logoTruro City bid to extend their 10-match unbeaten National League South run at Hayes & Yeading today (1500).

White Tigers boss Steve Tully is forced to make at least one change to the side that beat Basingstoke 2-0 as central defender Arran Pugh is suspended.


PAFC Cornish keeper Walton home on loan

Plymouth argyle fc logoPlymouth Argyle have signed England Under 20 keeper Christian Walton on loan from Championship outfit Brighton & Hove Albion until January 3.

The former Argyle academy stopper will vie with goalkeeping coach James Bittner for game time as first choice keeper Luke McCormick continues to recover from a groin injury.


TRURO CITY switched on to extend unbeaten run

Truro City FC club badgeTruro City FC boss Steve Tully confirmed the Treyew Road floodlights have been fixed ahead of tonight’s National League South clash at home to basement side Basingstoke Town FC (1945).

Tully selects from the same squad who were drawing 0-0 at half time with Hemel Hempstead before Saturday’s abandonment due to floodlight failure.


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