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Plymouth Argyle vs Leicester Preview, Tips & Stats

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        • (30') M. Miller
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        • (50') M. Whittaker
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            Leicester to win @ 12/25 on SBK

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            Both teams to score @ 13/20 on BetUK

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            Under 3.5 goals @ 8/15 on BetUK

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            Plymouth Argyle vs Leicester Preview, Tips & Stats

            Home Park hosts Plymouth Argyle and Leicester in the Friday Night Football in the Championship this weekend. Plymouth look to put as much room between themselves and the relegation zone, whereas Leicester need a big win to stay at the top of the table.

            Plymouth Argyle currently sit 20th in the Championship after 42 games. The Pilgrims have 11 wins, 12 draws and 19 losses, leaving them on 45 points, two points above the relegation zone.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Plymouth have one win, one draw and three losses.

            Liam Millar scored the only goal of the game late in the first half in the 1 - 0 win for Preston, with Plymouth unable to register a single shot on target. Plymouth took an early lead the next time out against Norwich, with Morgan Whittaker finding the back of the net in the tenth minute. However, in the second half, a goal from Josh Sargent and an own goal from Ashley Phillips gave Norwich the 2 - 1 win.

            After a goalless first half, Nahki Wells scored the only goal of the game for Bristol City in the 57th minute. Though there was time to reply, the red card to Alfie Devine meant Plymouth slumped to the 1 - 0 loss. Plymouth bounced back against Rotherham. Bali Mumba’s first half goal was enough to give Plymouth the 1 - 0 win and to send Rotherham back to League One.

            The last time out for Plymouth was against QPR. Sam Field opened the scoring in the 73rd minute for QPR but a late own goal from Albert Adomah rescued a 1 - 1 draw for Plymouth.

            Leicester, on the other hand, currently sit top of the Championship table. In 41 games, The Foxes have 28 wins, four draws and nine losses which leaves them on 88 points, equal with Ipswich and one point above Leeds.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Leicester have two wins and three losses.

            The FA Cup Quarter Finals saw Leicester take on Premier League Chelsea. Marc Cucurella and Cole Palmer gave Chelsea the 2 - 0 lead at halftime, but an own goal from Axel Disasi and a goal from Stephy Mavididi brought Leicester level before the hour mark. The red card to Callym Doyle put Chelsea on the front foot and goals from Carney Chukwuemeks and Noni Madueke gave Chelsea the 4 - 2 win. Back in the Championship, Leicester were handed a shock loss. The Foxes only had three shots on target as Anis Mehmeti scored the only goal of the game in a 1 - 0 win for Bristol City.

            Leicester bounced back against Norwich the next time out. The Canaries took the lead through Gabriel Sara but goals from Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Mavididi and Jamie Vardy gave Leicester the 3 - 1 win. Dewsbury-Hall was on the scoresheet again, giving The Foxes the lead against Birmingham. Jay Stansfield levelled the game on the stroke of halftime but an 87th minute goal from Mavididi gave Leicester the 2 - 1 win.

            The most recent outing for Leicester was against Millwall. Ryan Longman scored the only goal of the game in the 59th minute to give Millwall a big 1 - 0 win over Leicester.

            Plymouth and Leicester have met 42 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1935. The Foxes have the better record in the fixture with 20 wins in comparison to Plymouth’s 11 wins, the other 11 games ending in a share of the points.

            Plymouth Argyle Team News

            Neil Dewsnip has no current injury concerns in his squad.

            Leicester Team News

            Enzo Maresca will be missing the likes of Thomas Cannon, Ben Nelson and Kasey McAteer this weekend.