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Tyreik Wright (Plymouth Argyle) wins a free kick on the right wing. Foul by Tyrick Mitchell (Crystal Palace). Corner, Crystal Palace. Conceded by Kaine Kesler-Hayden. Foul by Jairo Riedewald (Crystal Palace). Matt Butcher (Plymouth Argyle) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Lewis Warrington (Plymouth Argyle) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Attempt blocked. Matt Butcher (Plymouth Argyle) left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Luke Cundle. Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (Crystal Palace) right footed shot from the right side of the box misses to the left. Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (Crystal Palace) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
This is a fixture that has been a long time coming, however, with the last result played out way back in 2010. Team NewsA fair few injuries are to be felt throughout the sides, Plymouth will be without Michael Cooper in goal and Macauley Gillesphey in defence and will play without the experienced Brandon Galloway. Palace will travel without young striker Michael Olise and Will Hughes has yet to recover from his injury issues and they will also be without Nathan Ferguson and new signing Matheus Franca.
Attempt missed. Naouirou Ahamada (Crystal Palace) left footed shot from the left side of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Odsonne Édouard. Mickel Miller (Plymouth Argyle) left footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Matt Butcher. Attempt saved. James Tomkins (Crystal Palace) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Jairo Riedewald with a cross. Foul by Mickel Miller (Plymouth Argyle). Odsonne Édouard (Crystal Palace) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Delay over. They are ready to continue. Delay in match (Plymouth Argyle).
Plymouth Argyle FormBack in August, Plymouth cemented their progression into the second round of this competition with a convincing 2-0 win over Leyton Orient. Their Championship results closely resemble their opponents. They started their campaign with a 0-0 draw with promotion candidates Watford, before losing to recently relegated Southampton, 2-1, where striker Ryan Hardie opened his account for this season.
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The aforementioned loss to Birmingham followed; a reverse result in 2-1 where Hardie got his second in as many games, despite Plymouth dominating the ball and creating the lion's share of chances. Crystal Palace FormCrystal Palace started the season well, although with a modest scoreline, they looked very positive in their 1-0 win over recent Premier League graduates Sheffield United as Roy Hodgson’s side created chance after chance and never looked in danger of losing out on 3 points. They lost 1-0 to 10-men Arsenal, but still looked capable of stinging the championship candidates and matched them in terms of shots created.
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Key PlayersOdsonne Edouard has already scored this season and big things are expected of him this term, his tail will be up as he smells goals giant supposedly lesser opposition. It will be up to the experienced head of Joe Edwards to marshal his back line to cop with Palace’s options up top and look to Ryan Hardie to find the goals they’ll need to succeed. Final ThoughtsRoy Hodgson’s sides are always well-drilled and we should expect Palace to progress comfortably.
Then followed a 1-1 draw with a tough Brentford side with Danish international Joachim Anderson getting his 2nd goal for the club. Head-to-HeadIn all the fixtures played between the sides, 49 of them in fact, Crystal Palace just takes the edge with one more win than Plymouth, 21 wins to Argyles 20 with 8 draws between them. This is an incredibly even historical fixture. Indeed, in the last 10 fixtures, it shows up rosy for the Devonshire side, with 5 wins for Argyle, 4 for Palace, and a draw to settle.
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▶️ Plymouth Argyle vs Crystal Palace Live Stream & Prediction, H2HPublished: 18:38, 28 Aug 2023 Updated: 18:44, 28 Aug 2023 Plymouth will host London club Crystal Palace down in Devon for the second round of the English Football League Cup at Home Park. Plymouth already secured victory in the first round over Leyton Orient to get here and will look to claim a top-flight scalp with Palace out to avoid an upset. Key TakeawaysPlymouth Argyle head into this clash with a bitter taste after a close-fought 2-1 loss to Birmingham City in the ChampionshipPalace will be in mixed spirits, coming away from their first 3 competitive games this season with a win, a draw and a lossPlymouth and Palace make for one of the most evenly-matched fixtures in English football with just 1 result separating the sides in their historical head-to-headCrystal Palace clearly take the edge in modern football between the two with the firepower they have to choose from in this era, but Plymouth have been known to upset the apple cart in the past and the Londoners will have to be on their guard.
Plymouth Argyle v Crystal PalaceLast updated on 1 hour ago. From the section League CupLine-upsPlymouthFormation 4-3-325Burton29Kesler-Hayden6Scarr5Pleguezuelo14Miller11Wright7Butcher28Cundle19Wright23Waine16WarringtonSubstitutes2Mumba3Gillesphey8Edwards9Hardie10Whittaker18Azaz20Randell21Hazard35IssakaCrystal PalaceFormation 4-3-31Johnstone17Clyne5Tomkins26Richards3Mitchell29Ahamada44Riedewald8Lerma49Rak-Sakyi14Mateta22ÉdouardSubstitutes2Ward6Guéhi9J Ayew10Eze15Schlupp31Matthews37Gordon40Wells-Morrison42GrehanLive TextFirst Half ends, Plymouth Argyle 1, Crystal Palace 0.
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