up_the_line wrote:Cobi Budge wrote: I’m looking forward to it. Two good, footballing teams, on a great surface in front of what should be a big crowd.
Can't see much football being played.
The wind was a factor last night and played havoc. Supposedly it'll be 30mph stronger in Plymouth on Saturday
Well the wind stopped me seeing Argyle v Grimsby in October, last time I made the 4 hour trek to Home Park. I'm coming on Saturday as well, so no doubt the new stand will be blown into Derriford car park.
I'm a glass half empty supporter - last night was a lovely surprise and well deserved for the team and fans. But Crewe are arguably better than Swindon. Swindon made light work of us when they came down. So did Colchester. I think the form teams in the league are able to find out and exploit our weakness by giving no room and no time to play out from the back. Also - no Sawyer, still out from his red card at Newport.
A less attack-minded manager than RL might set up for a draw with one up front, and I wouldn't mind that. However I don't think the gaffer knows how to play that way and neither do the team now. Hoping for a point on Saturday but I wouldn't be surprised by a defeat.