This weekend, there’s a massive game down in Devon as Plymouth Argyle make the 47 mile trip up the A38 to face Exeter City.
The 88th Devon derby will be played at St James’ Park, and Plymouth currently lead the head-to-head record by 34 wins to 28, with 25 draws.
However, Argyle will be hoping they can get revenge on their bitter rivals, as the Grecians have won the last two games between the sides 2-1.
This fixture wasn’t in the calendar between 2002 and 2010, until both sides met in League One, and since then it’s Exeter who have the better record, winning seven times to Plymouth’s five.
It’s the biggest game of the season for both clubs, and the one that their fans want to win the most.
Who will have the upper hand on Saturday? Here, FLW’s Ryan Evans takes a look at THREE reasons why Plymouth will be victorious in the derby…