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Argyle v Wycombe - Play offs Semi First Leg - 09/05/15, 19:45 @ Home Park

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Here we go then.

First leg. Can almost guarantee this will be a sell out.

Result will depend on who wants it the most but thinking a 2-1 Argyle win if we played like we did against Shrewsbury
 

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If Wycombe's keeper is out injured it will help.
 

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If Wycombe's keeper is out injured it will help.
I thought he was play acting as per his reputation but having watched the highlights he got a pretty hard knock from his own player
 

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You totally did us over at our gaff so not looking forward to a repeat of that.

Much also depends on whether Brentford let us have loanees Mawson and Saunders for the playoffs, both key players.

The only thing in our favour for the playoffs is effectively you have to boss 2 away games (one semi and Wembley) and do adequately in the home game, and our away record is pretty damn shiny.
 

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Argyle win
 

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I know every games abit of a trek for Plymouth but IF they go up next season will be ridiculous for them.
 
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I think that Walsall could potentially be our closest game
 

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You totally did us over at our gaff so not looking forward to a repeat of that.

Much also depends on whether Brentford let us have loanees Mawson and Saunders for the playoffs, both key players.

The only thing in our favour for the playoffs is effectively you have to boss 2 away games (one semi and Wembley) and do adequately in the home game, and our away record is pretty damn shiny.

Brentford have said their 3 loan players can play in the play offs and Millwall have also agreed with Onyedinma as well. So it seems Sam Saunders is fit again and with Joe Jacobson on the bench last saturday we should have almost a full squad to choose from, only problem may be Ingram which would be a big blow but as usual Ainsworth is giving nothing away.
 

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Ainsworth turned him into a very good player that got him a transfer to Millwall in The Championship, well for a few months anyway! :lol:
Exactly my point. He did not want to be at Plymouth, so under preformed in order to get a transfer
 

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Come on, Argyle. Got you in my PO winning treble!
 

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Exactly my point. He did not want to be at Plymouth, so under preformed in order to get a transfer

Had we kept him i firmly believe we would have got automatic promotion this season, he added goals to his game this season scoring a goal in 5 consecutive games before his move to Millwall and was creating more chances for others as well.
 

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Whoever thought about these kick-off times and thought they would be good needs a slap.
 

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Whoever thought about these kick-off times and thought they would be good needs a slap.

No arguement from me, the last train leaves Plymouth at 9-15 PM. At least yours is earlier tomorrow. :hb:
 

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F*ck it! Keeper Matt Ingram failed a fitness test so rookie Alex Lynch has to play. :sad: This could get messy if his nerves get the better of him on a big occaision but hopefully he'll play a blinder, never rains but it pours if you're a Wycombe fan recently it seems. :lol:
 

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Fancy a Plymouth win here, 2-1.

Good crowd there too, atmosphere sounds great!
 

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Terrible refereeing for Wycombe's second goal, Plymouth fans will be feeling very aggrieved when they see that later. It wasn't a difficult handball to spot.

Long way back now for Plymouth, they need a goal and soon.
 

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And 'Muff's #2 is ridiculously ponderous on the ball in the attacking third. Very frustrating, just cross/shoot when you have the chance.
 

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Plymouth unlucky to be 2-0 down but I sense they'll get back into this.
 

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Referee is having a shocker, pretty much every decision he has got wrong/not given. Dreadful officiating, lucky Wycombe so far.
 

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Plymouth are only playing tonight because of the poor quality of teams below 5th. John Sheridan being shown up for the poor manager he is.

* expects Plymouth to make a comeback and win promotion now
 

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They've outplayed Wycombe for large periods so far tonight.

Fair play to 'em. Think it's a watchable tie.
 

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They've outplayed Wycombe for large periods so far tonight.

Fair play to 'em. Think it's a watchable tie.

I wouldn't say outplayed. They haven't tested the keeper yet.

They've had a large percentage of possession but not done a lot with it. Wycombe have made their chances count which shows the difference in quality imo
 

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*Chance.

The other cannot be seen as Wycombe taking their chances, shocking decision.

Either way, I too quite fancy Plymouth to get right back in this. Quite enjoyable for the neutral so far.
 

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*Chance.

The other cannot be seen as Wycombe taking their chances, shocking decision.

Either way, I too quite fancy Plymouth to get right back in this. Quite enjoyable for the neutral so far.

Decisions like that go unpunished in one game every week in league 2. The standard of refs are abysmal to say the least. They should have played to the whistle.

Maybe Plymouth will get back into it. But personally I can't see them scoring 3 goals without Wycombe helping them.
 

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Have to say a definate handball before Holloway scored, but my gods our defence has been magnificent first half with a rookie keeper behind them. Just a bit worried Sam Saunders got a stupid booking so will have to be careful second half. By the way the ref has been shit for both sides and this is the biggest game he's ever taken charge of.
 

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