The man in the middle Paul Howard 3 games this season 2 league 2 and 1 EFL Cup, 2 yellow cards per game
Assisted by Dumitru Cheosiaua and Declan O'Shea
The fourth official is Danny Gratton.
Plymouth Argyle going to Shrewsbury Town in good spirits, says Ryan Lowe
There is positive news as George Cooper could feature for the first time since picking up a knee injury in December,
With Niall Ennis, James Bolton and Danny Mayor all rued out, the signing of Garrick and the return of Cooper has give Ryan more options to choose from.
Ryan Broom is grateful for the warm welcome he has received at Plymouth Argyle and wants to build on the good start to his time at the League One club. A thigh injury to Danny Mayor has opened the way for Broom to start the last two games
Plymouth Argyle squad are taking a new approach to away travel for the League One game against Shrewsbury Town tomorrow.
The Pilgrims are taking the train for most of the journey to Shrewsbury, instead of the team coach, they are afraid of the summer holiday traffic affecting the M5.
Argyle were training at Harper's Park this morning and then walking to the nearby railway station to catch a train to Birmingham.
On arrival there, the team coach will be waiting to take them to their hotel for an overnight stay before the fixture against Shrewsbury the next day.
Shrewsbury Town News
Shrewsbury have been boosted heading into tomorrow’s home clash against Plymouth by the return of skipper Ethan Ebanks-Landell. The captain has completed his 10-day isolation period after testing positive for Covid-19, during which he missed three games. Centre Half is in Steve Cotterill’s plans heading into tomorrow’s team squad
Shaun Whalley and Ryan Bowman, who have missed the last three and two games respectively, are close to making a return. New recruit Khanya Leshabela is also in contention for his debut after signing on loan from Leicester City.
Due to the high numbers of fans expected at the game on Saturday Shrewsbury Town are making the inside bar at the ground (Smithy’s) available to home fans only.
Argyle supporters are still welcome to use the outside fanzone onsite which is situated next to Smithy’s at the back of the away end, where food and drink is available.
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Subject: Re: SHREWSBURY TOWN V PLYMOUTH ARGYLE (videos interviews & new travel arrangement's add) Fri 20 Aug - 16:20
2 - 2 for me
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Subject: Re: SHREWSBURY TOWN V PLYMOUTH ARGYLE (videos interviews & new travel arrangement's add) Fri 20 Aug - 17:59
If Wilson had been an opposition player, we would have been asking for as replay as they should have played 88 minutes with 10 players!
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Subject: Re: SHREWSBURY TOWN V PLYMOUTH ARGYLE (videos interviews & new travel arrangement's add) Sat 21 Aug - 10:17
Hate games like this where the opposition has been on a bad run or had a less than stellar start to a season. In pro football the run is always going to end sometime, hopefully for Argyle's sake it doesn't happen today. Others apart from Jephers need to take responsibility for goal scoring, i'll go for a daring 2-2 draw.
Subject: Re: SHREWSBURY TOWN V PLYMOUTH ARGYLE (videos interviews & new travel arrangement's add) Sat 21 Aug - 10:28