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2 hot, 2 not at Plymouth right now

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Since relegation from League One last season, Plymouth Argyle have been struggling for form in League Two so far as they sit 11th in the table with 17 points from 13 games.

Ryan Lowe will be hoping that he can get his players to start firing up into form again following a positive start to the season, however they’ve slid down the table and are struggling to recapture that early season form the Pilgrims were starting to show.

Here, we’ve come up with two players that are hot down at Home Park right now, and two players who have had a struggling start to the season thus far…

Danny Mayor – Hot

Forward Mayor has performed admirably since arriving from Bury in the summer and linking up with Lowe again, and his impressive performances so far gave Plymouth hope at the top of the table.

Mayor’s consistent performances have seen him become one of the main stars for the Pilgrims, and he will be hoping to put Plymouth back where they were a month ago.

Zak Rudden – Not

The striker on loan from Rangers this season has struggled for gametime so far this season featuring seven times so far in the league, but his displays when given a chance on the pitch hasn’t filled Lowe with much confidence.

The striker needs to start netting goals in the league and contributing higher up the pitch if Rudden is going to get into some sort of form and regain his own confidence as well as his manager’s trust.

Alex Palmer – Hot

Plymouth’s first choice goalkeeper has had a fabulous start to the League Two season so far, conceding just the 16 league goals as Plymouth have slipped down the league table.

However, Palmer will be aiming to keep more clean sheets and prevent more goals going in as his individual displays so far haven’t been able to pull Plymouth out of their drop in form that the squad has suffered as a whole.

Dominic Telford – Not

The striker is currently sat on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, however his performances just before picking up the injury weren’t enough to suggest that the striker doesn’t have it in him to be a starting striker for Plymouth.

Once Telford returns from his injury, he’ll need to be firing on all cylinders if he’s going to stake a claim to be in Ryan Lowe’s first 11, however that doesn’t seem possible right now.

Is Palmer at fault for conceding the Plymouth goals this season?

Yes

Yes

No

No

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