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Preview | Argyle Women v Portsmouth (A) | Plymouth Argyle



Preview | Argyle Women v Portsmouth (A) | Plymouth Argyle

Argyle Girls journey away as soon as extra this Sunday, to Westleigh Park, the place they may face off in opposition to top-of-the-table Portsmouth within the FA Girls’s Nationwide League Southern Premier Division.

The Greens head into this weekend’s fixture on the again of final Sunday’s 2-1 win in opposition to London Bees. Argyle have been a objective down at half-time, however turned issues round after the break so as to add one other three factors to their tally.

“We acquired a optimistic consequence, nevertheless it wasn’t the most effective efficiency,” mentioned Supervisor Ryan Perks. “We had a great response within the second half and got here away with the three factors which we’re all delighted with, however we all know that this weekend we have to step issues up a notch and put in a optimistic efficiency throughout the entire 90, and provides Portsmouth one other powerful match like we did final time.”

Since Argyle’s final outing in opposition to Pompey, Jay Sadler’s aspect has continued to go from power to power, accumulating 34 factors from 12 matches, with the latest match ending in a 0-0 draw in opposition to sixth-placed MK Dons.

“It’s going to be a really tough sport this weekend,” mentioned Perks. “They’re in pole place to win the league. A win in opposition to us will put them even nearer in the direction of reaching that objective. The final time we performed them it was once we started to kick on as a staff and the efficiency the ladies put in that day was excellent.

“We annoyed Portsmouth, restricted their probabilities and we have been one of many first groups within the league in that interval to attain previous them. Since then, we’ve come a really good distance and had some excellent performances in opposition to groups on the prime finish of the desk. If we go there and play with the boldness we’ve gained over the previous few months, I believe we may give them one other powerful match.”

The sport will likely be held at Westleigh Park. Kick-off is at 2pm, tickets price £8 for adults, £5 for seniors and £3 for kids. Should you can not make it to the sport, then updates can be found on social media @ArgyleWFC.

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