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MATCH PREVIEW Plymouth Argyle v Oxford United

A full guide to Saturday's Sky Bet League 1 game at Home Park

1 April 2022

TEAM NEWS
United welcome back skipper Elliott Moore and the influential James Henry after injury. The pair have trained all week and are included in the squad alongside Mark Sykes, Gavin Whyte and Ciaron Brown after their international call ups last week.

More good news has seen Marcus Browne out on the training pitches again with Sam Baldock not too far behind and both are hoping to play again before the end of the season. Alex Gorrin and Jamie Hanson continue their rehab work and are doing well but unlikely to feature in the remaining matches.

See Gavin Whyte and Karl Robinson previewing the game in iFollow.

THE OPPOSITION
Defender James Bolton and left wing-back Conor Grant are injury doubts for Argyle- the former with an ankle injury and Grant with a groin problem.

"Everybody else can get excited. We've just got to try and stay focused," boss Steven Schumacher said as his fourth placed team prepare for the visit of the fifth placed U’s.

"There's still a long way to go. We've got six games left. We've got a points tally that normally would see you into the play-offs, but this year is a bit unique, the top half of the table is so strong.

"The excitement is building around the city. People are desperate to come and watch us play, which is brilliant - and we want to put on a good performance for everyone who's coming out to watch.”

TICKETS
A very limited number of of our 1,600 tickets are still available and fans are advised to book asap as the game is ALL TICKET for away fans with none available on the day.

The home areas are close to a sell out and fans should leave extra time to find parking and to get in to the ground in time.

Tickets are on sale online from oufctickets.co.uk and on the phones (01865 337533) and in person until 3pm on Friday 1st April, subject to availability.

Last day for postage has now gone but tickets can be collected at the ticket booth at the away end at Plymouth on the day.

Prices

Adults      £25
Over 65    £20
Under 23  £15
Under 18  £10
Under 12*  £7
Under 8*    £4

Wheelchair Adults      £16
Wheelchair Over 65   £13
Wheelchair Under 23  £10
Wheelchair Under 18  £6

*Under 12 and Under 8 only to be purchased with an adult ticket.

Home Park is an all-seater stadium and Plymouth Argyle are required to enforce this as part as their stadium licence. Fans entering Home Park are require to comply with conditions of entry and will be required to sit.

London Road Travel Club

Coaches depart the Kassam Stadium at 9am

Prices :

Adult member £29
Under 18 member £27

Adult non member £31
Under 18 non member £29

Visit oufctickets.co.uk for tickets or call 01865 337533

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and no alcohol is permitted on the coaches.

MILITARY DAY
The game is Plymouth's annual Armed Forces Day. To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Falklands conflict, Falklands veterans will parade around the touchline at half time.

HEAR IT LIVE
You can hear the whole game live in iFollow with commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford Sport plus highlights to follow, and see it if you are overseas.

We have coverage on Twitter, Instagram and a report and Gallery right here on the final whistle.

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Match Reports

REPORT Plymouth Argyle 1 Oxford United 0

U's beaten at Plymouth. Full time report

2 April 2022

Fourth-placed Plymouth opened up a gap on Oxford United and the rest of the play-off chasing pack this afternoon as a goal from captain Joe Edwards earned them a 1-0 win over the U's.

Edwards' goal after 55 minutes was all that divided two in-form teams over a highly competitive 90 minutes in which the intensity never eased for a moment.

United will reflect on what might have been because they certainly created the better chances in a frenetic first half, especially in the first 20 minutes when Gavin Whyte found himself one on one with the keeper but couldn’t beat the impressive Michael Cooper from eight yards out. Matty Taylor’s clever flick soon after lofted the ball onto the roof of the net with Cooper flapping at thin air and the best chance came for Billy Bodin on 17 when he met a magnificent Marcus McGuane cross at the back post only for Cooper to get down smartly to beat it away.

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Plymouth saw drives from Danny Mayor and James Wilson go close at the other end but it was the U’s creating the openings and a controversial decision before the break looked to cost them a goal: Whyte definitely wiped out but a blatant penalty waved away because of a marginal offside earlier in the move.

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McGuane, given his chance after Cameron Brannagan was ruled out after a collision in training, got on the ball alongside Herbie Kane and formed a strong base for the U’s who looked a really strong unit in that first half, but they suddenly had to find a way back into the game after they conceded ten minutes into the second half from Plymouth's first shot on target.

It was a good goal: a deep cross to the right where Niall Ennis cleverly chested down and Edwards volleyed powerfully into the top corner with Eastwood unable to get a glove on it.

On came James Henry and Sam Winnall as United went for broke to try and find a way back into the game. Argyle are a good team though, defensively very solid, and United were always aware of the danger of over-committing men and opening themselves up on the counter. Winnall had half a half-chance, Taylor threw himself full length at a cross but couldn't convert, and frustratingly a clear late chance just never presented itself.

A defeat but not a disaster. Plymouth move eight points clear of United who have six to play, starting at Morecambe on Tuesday evening.

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Att: 15,826
Away: 1,485

Report by Chris Williams, pictures Steve Daniels, Steve Edmunds, Darrell Fisher and Rex Shutterstock

Stats by OPTA

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Ticket News

Plymouth Away Ticket Update

Details for our game at Home Park

30 March 2022

Ticket details for our Sky Bet League 1 game away at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday are as follows.

Plymouth Argyle Away
Saturday 2nd April, 3pm

We have around 200 of our 1,600 tickets still available and fans are advised to book early as the game is ALL TICKET for away fans with none available on the day.

The home areas are close to a sell out and fans should leave extra time to find parking and to get in to the ground in time.

Tickets are on sale online from oufctickets.co.uk  and on the phones (01865 337533) and in person until 3pm Friday 1st April, subject to availability.

Last day for postage has now gone but tickets can be collected at Plymouth on the day.

Prices

Adults £25
Over 65 £20
Under 23 £15
Under 18 £10
Under 12* £7
Under 8* £4

Wheelchair Adults £16
Wheelchair Over 65 £13
Wheelchair Under 23 £10
Wheelchair Under 18 £6

*Under 12 and Under 8 only to be purchased with an adult ticket.

Home Park is an all-seater stadium and Plymouth Argyle are required to enforce this as part as their stadium licence. Fans entering Home Park are require to comply with conditions of entry and will be required to sit.

London Road Travel Club

Coaches will depart the Kassam Stadium at 9am

Prices :

Adult member £29
Under 18 member £27

Adult non member £31
Under 18 non member £29

Visit oufctickets.co.uk for tickets or call 01865 337533

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and no alcohol is permitted on the coaches.

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