Plymouth Argyle take on Leyton Orient this evening in Carl Fletcher’s first game as boss for Leyton Orient, however Plymouth will be looking to maintain the recent run of form that the team is in.
Plymouth are unbeaten in the last four league games with two draws and two wins, with the Pilgrims hoping to build on their 2-0 win over Carlisle United at the weekend thanks to goals from striker Joel Grant and midfielder Antoni Sarcevic.
Plymouth are currently 8th in the league table with 20 points from 14 games so far as they sit one point off the Playoffs, and here is the XI that Lowe is likely to line up with for Plymouth…
With Plymouth having won on Saturday to keep their good form going as well as keeping a clean sheet in front of their home fans, I can see Lowe naming an unchanged side for tonight’s game.
Who will win between Plymouth and Leyton Orient tonight?
Alex Palmer gets the nod in goal after some impressive showings, while Callum McFadzean and Joe Riley will be the wing-backs that provide the width for the Pilgrims tonight. Gary Sawyer, Niall Canavan and Scott Wootton will remain as the back three to stop the Leyton Orient attacks as they look to impress their new manager.
Moving on into the midfield three, George Cooper could keep his spot in the side following his assist for Grant’s opener on Saturday, while Joe Edwards will be the midfield dictator in the centre of the midfield trio. Antoni Sarcevic keeps his place in the side following his second half stoppage time thunderbolt to seal the three points on the weekend.
With their striker injury problems of late, Lowe doesn’t have much choice but to play the pair of Zak Rudden and Joel Grant together, who linked up well at the weekend as Plymouth posed a threat to the Carlisle defence and rightfully retain their spots.