Plymouth Argyle 4 Leyton Orient 0

EFL logo cropRyan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle warmed up for Saturday’s eagerly anticipated Devon derby at Exeter by convincingly beating visiting Leyton Orient in League Two.

Striker Joel Grant swept home his fourth goal in four games on 14th minute after two brilliant off-the-line saves by Dean Brill denied Antoni Sarcevic and on-loan Rangers target man Zak Rudden.


Plymouth Argyle 2 Carlisle United 0

antoni sarcevic newPlymouth Argyle midfielder Antoni Sarcevic smashed in a unstoppable stoppage time winner as Ryan Lowe’s Greens beat Carlisle to climb to eighth in League Two.

Sarcevic drove to the edge of the box and let fly with a thumping strike to seal victory against Steven Pressley’s United, who have now lost their last three league games.


EFL CUP Plymouth Argyle 2 Reading 4

EFL logo cropStriker Yakou Meite scored two late goals as Championship Reading fought back from 2-1 down to beat League Two Plymouth Argyle 4-2 at Home Park in the EFL Cup second round.

Paris-born Ivorian international Meite won and converted an 87th minute penalty after being felled by home keeper Mike Cooper.


LEAGUE TWO Plymouth Argyle 3 Walsall 0

Target man Ryan Taylor scored twice as Ryan Lowe’s 10-man Plymouth Argyle beat Walsall 3-0 at Home Park to soar to second in League Two.

Taylor pounced on a bouncing through ball to rifle home on 89 minutes just four minutes after fellow goal scorer Antoni Sarcevic was red carded for a midfield challenge on the Saddlers' former Bristol Rovers midfielder Stuart Sinclair.


LEAGUE TWO Plymouth Argyle 2 Salford City 2

danny mayor2661Dom Telford’s 89th minute penalty secured a 2-2 comeback draw for Ryan Lowe’s Plymouth against League Two new boys Salford City at Home Park.

Ibou Touray stunned Lowe’s Argyle when he rose at the far post to head home a deep cross from the right in the 79th minute to put City ahead for a second time against the run of play.


Forest Green, Newport and Rovers reward for cup wins

EFL logo cropForest Green Rovers reward for winning 5-3 on penalties at Championship Charlton Athletic following a goalless tie is a second round trip to Eddie Howe’ Premier League AFC Bournemouth.

Mark Cooper’s Rovers will visit Dean Court in two weeks time.


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