Ben Toner, He has issued 82 yellow cards and two reds in 28 games..
Will be assisted by Robert Dabbs and Michael Begley
The fourth official is Scott Jackson.
Ryan Lowe says he will not make rash decisions over his team selection for game against Hull City this Saturday. We will stick to our philosophy; we will stick to our plans and we will stick to our patterns. Hopefully the team we put out there can get a positive result and a positive performance. The game will provide us with a measuring stick as to how far we still have to go to become League One promotion contenders in the future
Sam Woods is set to miss a second successive match because of a hamstring injury.
Danny Mayor says playing football this season without fans in the grounds has been ‘absolutely terrible.
More on his Pre-Match Previews video
Ryan Lowe Previews Hull City
Danny Mayor Previews Hull City
HULL CITY NEWS
City will hope to rekindle the spirit of 2008 and secure three points at Home Park just as they did on the way to promotion 13 years ago. Will aim to make it ten games unbeaten on Saturday
McCann made mention of Argyle’s home record earlier in the season, referring to the lengthy journey teams have to navigate as one of the reasons they were so strong at Home Park. Whatever the reason for it, Ryan Lowe’s men have a superb record on home soil and it’s one which should be respected by all associated with the Tigers.
They flew this afternoon from Humberside Airport to Exeter a journey of less than an hour, before making the relatively short hop by bus to their hotel, a move which the City head coach hopes will be better prepare his players both physically and mentally for a tough challenge on Saturday afternoon
Hull Match Pack on Plymouth Argyle
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Fri Apr 09, 2021 9:03 pm
Back to winning ways after being tamed by the shrews.
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 8:58 am
I will hang onto the hope that Argo often fare better against the promotion teams than the struggling relegation teams. So I say optimistically that we will get something out of the game today. COYG
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 9:44 am
Before the Hull team set off we should have made a case for just handing over the three points to them and saving everyone's time. Hull wouldn't care as they get three points either way. Argo won't care as most of the team don't seem to give a flying one anyway. Argo fans are spared the misery of wasting £10 watching yet another clueless performance and inevitable substantial defeat or switching off after about 20 minutes.
Argo 0-5 Hull City
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 10:35 am
Will RL go back for a back four to try to win the game or concede defeat by going for his preferred 3-5-2 with square pegs in round holes?
And will Hull try to create attacking moves or just wait for our so called defence to give their forwards the ball?
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 11:18 am
We will win.
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 12:14 pm
i cant see us getting anything from this game
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 1:01 pm
We could get a right old arse whooping today if we’re not careful i know that
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V HULL CITY Sat Apr 10, 2021 1:10 pm
Hoping to get at least a point from today’s game.
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