Man in the middle
He has refereed twenty-three games, he has issued sixty-nine yellow cards and three red.
Assisted by Billy Smallwood and Conor Brown
The Fourth Official Jon Kenny
The match observer will be Nigel Miller.
There’s one match in League Two on Tuesday as Macclesfield host Plymouth.
This game impacts both ends of the table.
Macclesfield have dropped into the bottom two, and are currently heading for relegation out of the Football League. After 33 games, Macclesfield have 29 points.
Morecambe are a point above the Silkmen in the race to beat the drop.
In their last five matches, Macclesfield have suffered four defeats. That’s obviously relegation form.
Meanwhile, Plymouth could move joint top of the league is they win the midweek clash.
Argyle have 60 points from 32 games, while Swindon and Exeter both have 63 points on the board.
In their last four matches, Plymouth have picked up three wins.Macclesfield Head Coach – Mark Kennedy
A talented left-sided player during his career, Mark Kennedy was a young star at Millwall and his form earned him a move to Liverpool. He later signed for Wimbledon and Manchester City before a prolonged spell at Wolves. The Republic of Ireland international finished his playing days with Crystal Palace, Cardiff and Ipswich. He was appointed Macclesfield’s head coach last month.Pre-Match View
“All we can do is to continue working, practising and praising the players. All I can do as a coach is to keep on saying to the players what we need to do better and it is what I’ve done since I’ve become the coach here.” Mark Kennedy
Plymouth Argyle have made the long trip up from Devon to face The Silkmen on four previous occasions and ahead of tomorrow night's fifth visit, we take a look back at each of these.
The first time that we faced The Pilgrims at the Moss Rose was back on 8th April 2000 and it proved to be a memorable occasion for the Silkmen faithful.
John Askey put Peter Davenport's side into the lead with just two minutes on the clock and Kieran Durkan was to double our lead on the quarter-hour mark.
Damien Whitehead was to add a third fifteen minutes later and although the visitors were to reduce the arrears, it proved to be a mere consolation as Whitehead added a fourth a minute from time.
The next time that Plymouth were to visit the Moss Rose was on 3rd February 2001, as Gil Prescott's side recorded back-to-back victories against the Devon outfit.
A second-half brace from Chris Priest proved to be crucial that day, as The Silkmen recorded a 3 - 1 victory with Damien Whitehead also getting on the scoresheet.
Just over a year later, The Pilgrims would secure their first Moss Rose point courtesy of a one-all draw against David Moss' side.
The deadlock was broken in the 69th minute, when Jon Beswetherick's free-kick was parried by Steve Wilson and Graham Coughlan was on hand to head the ball into an empty net.
The home side kept battling however and restored parity deep into injury-time when Chris Priest fired home from close-range.
Our last Moss Rose meeting with The Pilgrims came on 28th December 2012. Conor Hourihane opened the scoring with a fifteen-yard thunderbolt that day and for the second consecutive meeting, Macc would equalise in second half injury time.
George Donnelly proved to be the hero that day, as he connected with Marcus Marshall's teasing cross to head home a deserved leveller.
All this means that our complete Moss Rose record against The Pilgrims is as follows -
Played 4. Won 2. Drawn 2. Lost 0.Argyle
No news coming out of the club at this time. We know Sawyer is back from his ban, McFadzean came off with only a bit of cramp and said he is ok. The only one out injured is Aimson.
Will he change a winning team, like he did on Saturday
Argyle supporters will use the John Askey Terrace
Capacity: 1,530 Terrace and 403 Seats, Argyle have sold all their seating.
It is POTD, Terrace only ( no extra for paying on the day )Weather
The weather forecast for the Macclesfield area is dry for most of Monday with the occasional shower in the afternoon, Tuesday morning will be dry with showers in the afternoon and during the game.
The game is part of the Sky Super Six prediction competition alongside Champions League games Atletico Madrid v Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund v PSG amongst others.3 - nil win for argyle