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.


EFL CUP Plymouth Argyle 2 Leyton Orient 0

EFL logo cropRyan Lowe’s League Two pacesetters Plymouth Argyle continued their winning start with a 2-0 EFL Cup first round win over Leyton Orient.

Callum McFadzean got Argyle off the mark just before the hour with a measured finish into the far corner after cutting in from the left and playing a neat one-two with target man Ryan Taylor.


LEAGUE TWO Plymouth Argyle 1 Colchester United 0

antoni sarcevic newRyan Lowe’s League Two pace setters Plymouth Argyle made it back to back wins with a hard fought 1-0 home victory over Colchester United.

Midfielder Antoni Sarcevic fired Argyle into a 57th minute lead after the game opened up against Colchester.


LEAGUE ONE Adams adamant Argyle must win next game

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle boss Derek Adams knows exactly what the relegation-haunted greens have to do following today's 3-0 home League One defeat by automatic-promoting chasing Barnsley.

"We have got to win our next game," says Adams, who side were undone within 28 minutes and goals by Cauley Woodrow, Jacob Brown and Alex Mowatt.


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