Plymouth Argyle League One form: Plymouth Argyle form (all competitions): Morecambe League One form: Morecambe form (all competitions): Team News In a bid to turn their form around, Steven Schumacher could call Niall Ennis back into the Plymouth starting XI on Saturday, with the attacker boasting six goals and four assists in League One so far this season. Swansea City loanee Morgan Whittaker, meanwhile, has contributed seven goals and five assists in 21 league appearances this term, and Sam Cosgrove could make way to allow the pair to flank Ryan Hardie, who leads the squad's scoring charts with eight in the third tier and 10 in all competitions thus far. Danny Mayor will be vying to return from the outset in midfield, having been reduced to substitute appearances in recent weeks, while Nigel Lonwijk and Dan Scarr also found themselves on the bench last time out and will fight to start at the back.
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While they were let off by Sheffield Wednesday also drawing, Plymouth have now dropped to second spot and only lead the third-placed Owls by two points, meaning they will now be desperate to return to winning ways and increase their cushion in the automatic promotion spots again. They meet a Morecambe side in need of a result for different reasons, as the visitors look to climb off the foot of the table and improve their standing in the fight for survival. The Shrimps' first half of the campaign has been contrary to that of Saturday's opponents, having managed just two victories in 20 league outings thus far, with their last three-point haul coming in October.
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Portsmouth eased into the quarter-finals of the Papa John’s Trophy after a 3-0 victory over Stevenage at Fratton Park. Jay Mingi opened the scoring in the first half with a fine solo goal from, before Josh Koroma doubled the lead after the break with a curled finish. Joe Pigott then won and converted a free-kick in stoppage-time as Danny Cowley’s side progressed through to the Last 8. FIGHTING TALKDean Lewington: "We have our standards and expectations of ourselves, and we think we can get a result tomorrow.
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Following draws with Lincoln City and Burton Albion and a 5-1 thrashing to Grimsby Town in the FA Cup first round, Plymouth would suffer just a third league defeat of the season at home to Port Vale at the beginning of December, as James Wilson hit two second-half goals in a 2-0 away triumph. Aiming to put an end to their dip in form, the Pilgrims travelled to take on Cambridge United last weekend, but neither side managed to break the deadlock, with Schumacher's men only able to return home with a point as a result.
Since an unlikely triumph over Barnsley, Derek Adams's side have managed to add four points to their tally in six games courtesy of some commendable draws with Wycombe, Portsmouth and Derby County, but they remain bottom as a wait for another victory continues. Following three third-tier draws on the bounce, as well as FA Cup and EFL Cup defeats, Adams's side would suffer their ninth league defeat of the season away at Lincoln City, with Jensen Weir's 81st-minute goal not enough to trigger a turnaround after they went 2-0 down.
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The Dons, under Lewington’s guidance, will be hoping to find another away success today and give themselves reasons to be positive heading into the festive period. Kick-off is at 3pm. THE OPPOSITIONPortsmouth sit eighth in the Sky Bet League One table, two points and two places from the play-off positions. Despite their strong league position, Danny Cowley’s men are winless in five in Sky Bet League One, losing 2-0 to Wycombe Wanderers last time out. They are difficult to be at Fratton Park, though, and are the division’s only unbeaten side at home. That said, six of their nine games in Hampshire have ended in draws, including each of their last five.
Under Dean Lewington’s interim care, the Dons put in a spirited performance but were punished for mistakes by a clinical, and in-form, Gas side, who scored three goals in the space of 17 second-half minutes to add to Luca Hoole’s first-half header. Mo Eisa grabbed a consolation goal for the Dons with 11 minutes to play, converting from the penalty spot after Alfie Kilgour had brought him down inside the area – a foul which earned him a straight red card.
Preview: Plymouth vs. Morecambe - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Saturday's League One clash between Plymouth Argyle and Morecambe, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Two sides fighting at opposite ends of the League One table will do battle on Saturday, as second-placed Plymouth Argyle host basement side Morecambe. The Pilgrims are fighting to stay in the top two after four league games without a win, while their visitors have not tasted victory since October. Match preview © Reuters Plymouth Argyle enjoyed an eye-catching start to the League One season, setting up their promotion push in impressive fashion as they sat atop the division with 41 points from 17 outings. In that time, Steven Schumacher's side put 13 victories on the board, but they have been unable to add another notch to their wins column in four attempts since, dropping from the summit as a result.
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Pompey’s recent struggles are, in part, down to their difficulty to score goals, having only found the net a total of five times in their last eight outings. Colby Bishop hasn’t found it too tough, however, and currently boasts a record of nine goals in 18 league appearances. LAST TIME OUTA much-changed MK Dons were beaten 4-1 by Bristol Rovers as they exited the Papa John’s Trophy at the Memorial Stadium.
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