Blackburn Rovers are looking to build on a couple of impressive wins as they face Plymouth Argyle in the EFL Championship this weekend.
Plymouth Argyle currently sit 16th in the EFL Championship this weekend having won one, drawn one and lost two of their last four matches.
The Pilgrims started the season with a 3-1 win over Huddersfield Town before claiming a point in a 0-0 draw against Watford followed by consecutive 2-1 defeats against Southampton and Birmingham City.
It's been a satisfactory start to the season for a newly promoted Plymouth side who have not had an easy start to the campaign in terms of fixture difficulty and would likely argue that their performances have been worthy of more points than are currently on the board.
In each of their last two games, very difficult fixtures against Southampton and Birmingham, the scores have been level at 1-1 heading into injury-time only for the opposing sides to notch last-gasp winners through Che Adams (94') for Southampton and Jay Stansfield (95') for Birmingham.
Both were sickeners for the South Coast side but they shouldn't focus too hard on the outcome of these games but rather take encouragement from the performances they delivered against two very good Championship sides.
They're tasked with another tough game here against a very solid side but on home soil they'll fancy themselves to take all three points.
Blackburn Rovers currently sit 9th in the EFL Championship with two wins, one draw and one loss from their first four games of the season.
Blackburn began their season with a 2-1 win over West Bromwich Albion followed by a 2-2 draw away at Rotherham United before by a 1-2 loss to Hull City and a 1-0 win away at Watford.
Jon Dahl Tomasson's side have performed well under difficult circumstances with the club struggling with injuries and a low transfer budget which has led to a fairly depleted squad which is currently largely filled out by academy products.
Their most recent league game saw them deliver an impressive 1-0 win away at Watford, a result Rovers will have felt they deserved after losing to Hull in an unlucky manner the game prior having spent almost the entire game playing with ten men.
Blackburn travelled to League Two side Harrogate Town in midweek and fielded a young and inexperienced side using primarily players from the academy, but despite the squad's juvenile nature they battered the Yorkshire side from pillar to post in a thumping 8-0 victory.
Blackburn have a lot of constraints working against them at the moment and whether or not they can bring in much-needed reinforcements by Friday night's transfer deadline will hugely impact what they can achieve this season.
They're coming to Plymouth with a myriad of injury issues and three points won't come easily, but they've shown a remarkable resiliency in recent weeks so don't count them out.
For our Plymouth vs. Blackburn prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.