Rob Lewis So far this season he has issued 25 yellow cards and one red in nine games.
He will be assisted By Louis Marks and Andy Bennett
The fourth official is
The Greens go into the game top of Sky Bet League One and unbeaten in 14 league matches.
Argyle impressive sequence of scoring in all but one game in the division so far and only Saturday’s opponent, Ipswich, have scored more than the Pilgrims in total.
The Pilgrims also boast the joint best home record in the league, with 18 points from the eight matches played, and are yet to taste defeat. Only two sides have conceded fewer goals than Plymouth's 13 this campaign - and those two sides, Wycombe and Rotherham, have played a game less.
One of the key men in that defence is James Wilson - Ipswich player of the season last campaign. With Ipswich deciding against offering the aforementioned Wilson a new deal despite his player of the season showing in 2020/21, Lowe moved quickly to sign the man he called his 'number one target' in the summer.
It's a move which has worked out well for both parties. Wilson is an ever-present on the right-side of Plymouth's back three, and is enjoying his time in Devon.
We have the bit between our teeth this weekend definitely.
It’s a great atmosphere, it always is when you’re winning and doing well. We just have to keep our feet on the ground.
The changing room is full of really good boys, and everyone is really grounded.
Conor Grant, who made seven appearances for Ipswich while on loan from Everton in 2016, will also face his former club tomorrow. He's been impressing on the left side of Plymouth's five-man midfield.
The team that is picked tomorrow will be very interesting. Houghton suspension will be hard to replace and if Randall is picked good as he is, he will need a lot of help. For that reason and that reason only, I would revert to the winning side that played against Bolton. The reason being that Ipswich have an inform forward line and the defensive prowess of Camara and Broome will be very helpful, and the speed with which they turn defence into attack should not be ignored.
The Yorkshire news
Have just issued what they reckon ,will be the the Final Table this season. They say that Portsmouth will win the league, Argyle will only win three more matches and will finish 17th
Ryan Lowe Previews Ipswich Town
James Wilson Previews Ipswich Town
Paul Cook will be forced into changes when Ipswich Town face Plymouth this weekend due to injury.
The Town boss has named the same starting XI for his side’s wins against Portsmouth and Fleetwood but will now need to make changes to his side. It is unclear who will miss out at Home Park.
Cook knows he has a strong squad, though, and is hopeful his side will be able to cope despite the absentees.
Cook has had to do without a handful of players in recent weeks, with Tom Carroll (hip), Hayden Coulson (thigh) and Scott Fraser (unknown) side lined. Jon Nolan has not played for Cook since he was appointed in March. Paul Cook Ipswich Town travelled to Devon a day early on Thursday, ahead of Saturday's game,
Plymouth have to travel away every other week, don't they, and they're top of the league," he said. "Maybe there is something good about traveling. It is what it is.
The only down point is the parking, although the carpark do not belong to Argyle (many fans do) we have the park and ride, swimming gala at the life centre and last, the Too Hot For Candy at Funky Llama Festival on the show ground.
PS Argyle do fence off a parcel of the car park for them self
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:23 am
2 - 1 home win
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:32 am
Two teams in good form - draw. COYG
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:34 am
3-2 Argyle 3rd in 89th min the crowd goes wild
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:52 am
Predicted a narrow 1-2 defeat on Prediction League but in reality I think we'll be well beaten by a very good side today.
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 9:44 am
There must be goals in this game.
3-1 to the greens
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 10:06 am
Think freathy could be right today
Us 1 them 2 COYG
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Subject: Re: PLYMOUTH ARGYLE V IPSWICH TOWN MATCH DAY (YOUTUBE INTERVIEWS) Sat Oct 30, 2021 10:37 am
Should be a good game with both teams doing well. A draw today.
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