Plymouth Vs Blackburn – Our next home game in the Sky Bet Championship, against Blackburn Rovers at Home Park on Saturday 2nd September, is sold out. Thank you all for your great support as well.
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Standard tickets are sold out for the above matches and for Saturday’s trip to Birmingham. However, there are still tickets available for registered wheelchair users.
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The area is for registered wheelchair use and PA; There are no tickets for multiple family members. These are available direct from the Home Park Ticket Office either in person or by telephone on 01752 907700.
If you have bought a Birmingham ticket and have not yet collected it, you can do so from the Home Park ticket office until 16.00 on Thursday 24 August. You will then be able to collect from the ticket office at St Andrew’s on the day of the match from 1 p.m. ID will be required.
If you have paid by post and the tickets have not arrived by midday on Friday 25 August, please call 01752 907700 or email tickets@ by 16.00 to arrange a duplicate on the collection day. ID will be determined. ARGYLE took a big point from their second consecutive 1-1 draw, achieved in the worst possible circumstances as injuries hit them again at Ewood Park.
Having taken the lead through Graham Carey’s superb half-hour, goalkeeper Kyle Letheren picked up a leg problem which saw trainee Michael Cooper take the post after Bradley Dack equalized for Rovers on the stroke of half-time.
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However, Cooper the Keeper and his teammates rose to the occasion and the Pilgrims were not denied their share of the spoils as they displayed their fabled determination.
Argyle manager Derek Adams has made two changes to the starting line-up from last Saturday’s Home Park game which toppled Shrewsbury Town from the top of League One.
Antoni Sarcevic bowed out against the Shrews and couldn’t travel, while youngster Alex Fletcher, who was good enough to hit the ground running, was rested. Former Rovers Yann Songo’o moved to occupy Sarcevic’s midfield berth with Sonny Bradley recalled to central defense and Jake Jervis handed the main striker role, flanked by Carey and Joel Grant.
Ruben Lameiras is also absent, and although Lionel Ainsworth returns to the team after a three-week hamstring layoff, Argyle’s absentee list is so long that second-year apprentice Cameron Sangster has been called into the Pilgrims party.
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Liverpool came into the game on the back of a 1-0 defeat by an Oldham side who scored a last-minute goal to signal their recovery after parting ways with former Argyle gaffer John Sheridan.
Manager Tony Mowbray freshened up that Lancashire side by bringing in Danny Graham, Ryan Nyambe and Scotland international Dack, for whom they paid Gillingham £750,000 this summer, in place of Dominic Samuel, Craig Conway and former Pilgrim Elliott Ward.
It was the least known and least expected of the three who remembered an early chance opening up for home defender Niyam Bey who found the ball at his feet close to goal from a corner but took the chance and fired over. The ball is over.
Argyle’s first attack was quick and Jervis linked up well with Carey, whose left-footed chip from close range was too cheeky to beat goalkeeper David Raya over the bar.
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Carey, who appeared to be enjoying his own recovery, returned the favor minutes later, tracking back to dislodge Elliott Bennett and feed Jervis for a shot that needed blocking to ease Raya’s worries.
That was before a period of Rovers possession that tested the Pilgrims’ resolve and ability to hold their form under pressure. Twice Dack was picked out by a decent cross from deep on the flank only to be unable to find a decent finish to the delivery and Richie Smallwood also erred on the side of sloppiness.
No such accusations can be laid at Carey’s door this time. After a brilliant knock in Saturday’s win over the Shrews, he dropped back into his ark to take Achilles with him.
There are similarities between the two goals. It looked to be a little dangerous for Blackburn’s goal when the Irishman contested possession 30 yards from goal, but with his mind and feet working in perfect harmony, he suddenly spun through the attention of three defenders.
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That gave him the half yard he needed to hold the trigger and unleash a measured shot with just enough curl to take it away from Raya.
The old saw the goal change game never proved better. Blackburn slipped from a position of assured ascendancy to one of frayed nerves; Two-thirds of Ewood Park empty from buoyancy to bowing; And Argyle looked forward with new purpose.
Not long. The Pilgrim bubble popped as Letheren stopped after going down and his problem signaling immediately went to the bench with young Cooper to put on his gloves. Letheren went down but was unable to score.
There was a question mark over whether Letherren would have been able to help from Beckburn’s shot, which Beckburn had scored two minutes into the first half, mainly because of Letherren’s injury – but he clearly couldn’t. Continue after break.
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As a result, Cooper became the fourth goalkeeper, and the 26th Pilgrim overall, to see first-team action this season, less than two weeks after his 18th birthday.
The fresh meat was, of course, devoured by the Rovers, hungry to increase Dack’s equality; Argyle renewed their resistance to protect their young teammates.
Regardless, Cooper remains a largely unproven goalkeeper: Marcus Antonsson shoots more; Broadhead Graham; Dack and Paul Caddis both had their attacks diverted by defenders.
Cooper’s first goal – and it was probably the one he expected to score – came in the 27th minute on his debut, when he got down to his near post to keep out an unmarked shot from Rovers substitute Harry Chapman.
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The home side increased their tally by replacing midfielder Dack with Dominic Samuel, a striker, but it was Argyle who came closest to taking the lead when Carey broke through and fired another left-footed shot which Raya looked ill-equipped to handle. .
Back came Blackburn, with Graham keeping out Bennett’s delivery before Cooper made his first major contribution, parrying Derrick Williams’ powerful close-range header with a smart reaction save.
If that’s genius, what Aaron Taylor-Sinclair did in the last minute of injury time was beyond genius. Chapman tried one last time and the ball turned to Ben Gladwin, five yards out with a goal at his mercy.
Somehow Sancy bided his time in vain to force the ball up and over the bar for a corner.
Plymouth Argyle Vs Blackburn Rovers 02.09.2023 At Championship 2023/24
Blackburn Rovers (4-4-2): 1 David Raya; 16 Paul Caddis, 2 Ryan Nyambe, 14 Charlie Mulgrew (captain), 3 Derrick Williams; 31 Elliott Bennett, 6 Richie Smallwood (8 Harry Chapman 68), 11 Peter Whittingham (22 Ben Gladwin 84), 23 Bradley Dack (9 Dominic Samuel 76); 10 Danny Graham, 20 Marcus Antonsson. Subs (not used): 4 Rekeem Harper, 5 Sam Hart, 13 Jayson Leutwiler (gk), 32 Craig Conway.
Argyle (4-3-3): 25 Kyle Letheren (31 Michael Cooper at half-time); 3 Gary Sawyer, 5 Ryan Edwards, 15 Sonny Bradley, 17 Aaron Taylor-Sinclair; 24 David Fox, 4 Yann Songo’o, 32 Toumani Diagouraga; 10 Graham Carey, 14 Jake Jervis (13 Nathan Blissett 86), 16 Joel Grant. Subs (not used): 8 Lionel Ainsworth, 20 Jakub Sokolik, 21 Gregg Wylde, 27 Alex Fletcher, 33 Cameron Sangster.