Writer: SFC Forever
Date:Sunday May 1 2011
Mon 2nd May 2011
Southampton travel to Plymouth knowing that a win as good as guarantees their promotion. Barring a major turn around of 16 goals plus Huddersfield will not be able to overtake Saints.
Plymouth on the other hand are desperate for the win to keep alive their hopes of avoiding relegation.
Having to sell Bradley Wright-Phillips could at the end of the day prove to be the deciding factor as Argyle have missed his goals. David Button is expected to keep his place in goal.
David has done well since taking the gloves from Romain Larrieu but will have to be in superlative form to keep out high scoring Saints.
Guly do Prado may miss the game after being substituted early after a knock.
adhi Jaidi may be given a rest with Dan Seaborne taking his place.
Adam has returned from injury and played a major part in our Brentford win, scoring once and making Gobern's task so simple for the third.
Plymouth have a good overall record at home to Saints. They have won 16, drawn 9 and lost 7.
They have also won 3 and drawn 3 of the last 6 meetings including winning 2 and drawing 1 at St Mary's without conceding a goal.
With so much at stake I see a tense start but can see Argyle players losing heart once Saints score. 0-2
Sat 7th May 2011
Plymouth v Leyton
aints v Walsall
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