Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Home Park to face Ian Holloways Pilgrims.
With only a point seperating the two sides, this promises to be a well matched fixture.
But with Wolves having rested midweek, while Plymouth were pitted against West Ham in The Carling Cup, ultimately going down to a late Dean Ashton winner, Holloway’s men may have their work cut out trying to live with Wanderers high tempo game.
Vital Quotes: Marion Morrison
‘Whoa, take’er easy there, pilgrim’
Plymouth Argyle Team News:
With three draws at home so far, Ian Holloway’s men badly need a win to kick start their campaign.
Rory Fallon and Nick Chadwick were rested midweek, making late subs apearances, and may get the nod ahead of Barry Hayles and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake,
Player to watch: Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
Argyles top scorer will be relishing the thought of playing against a team whose defence has looked less than convincing so far this season
Wolves Team News:
Mick McCarthy has no new injury worries ahead of todays fixture.
Jody Craddock looks set to retain his place in defence, with McCarthy’s biggest headache being which of his five strikers to play up front.
Andy Keogh looks a shoe-in following last Saturdays performance, with the manager likely to keep faith wiht Stephen Elliot, keeping jay Bothroyd and Freddie Eastwood in reserve on the bench.
Rob Edwards is now back in contention for a start, but Matty Jaris may have to wait just a bit longer tomake his full debut for Wolves following his pre season transfer from Gillingham
Player to watch: Seyi Olofinjana
it’s about time for another big performance from the big guy. Time for the Super Eagle to fly.