For our Plymouth vs. Fleetwood prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
League leaders Plymouth Argyle are looking to extend their lead at the top of the League One table as they face Fleetwood Town this weekend.
Plymouth currently sit top of the League One table with twenty wins, seven draws and four losses from thirty-one games this season.
The Pilgrims have been a revelation in League One as they look primed to secure a return to England's second tier having been one of the league's two most consistent sides this season.
They enter this game in good form having won three of their last four matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 3-1 win away at Oxford United on Tuesday night.
The win secured a second straight victory for The Pilgrims and ensured the loss at Sheffield Wednesday stands as a brief blip in their form as they look to have returned to their early season ways following a dip in form around Christmas time.
Their home record has been completely infallible of late having won each of their last five consecutive matches on home soil in the league.
Plymouth are eight points clear of Bolton Wanderers in 3rd with a game in hand and are looking in a very strong position to see out their promotion bid as we enter the final third of the league season. They face a potentially tricky game here but one they should most definitely win.
Fleetwood Town are currently 17th in League One with eight wins, eleven draws and eleven losses from thirty games this season.
The Fishermen have been up and down in terms of form this season having tailed off after a pretty impressive first few months under Scott Brown, but they've improved a lot in recent weeks having registered some fairly impressive results.
They enter this game in impressive form having won their three games on the bounce in all competitions, the most recent of which was a 1-0 win over play-off chasing Peterborough United.
After impressively beating promotion favourites Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup, Fleetwood have now secured two impressive league wins on the bounce in what they hope will be a turned corner.
Their away form has been fairly solid of late, too, having won two, drawn one and lost one of their last four matches on the road in all competitions.
Fleetwood are also armed with the added confidence of knowing they beat Plymouth 2-1 when the two sides met in the league back in August, but given they're sacrificing home advantage here they know this will be a much tougher task.