Average points per game final table (sporting merit):
1: Swindon - 88.3 (1.92)
2: Crewe - 85.6 (1.86)
3: Argyle - 84.6 (1.84)
4: Cheltenham - 81.9 (1.78)
5: Exeter - 81.0 (1.76)
6: Colchester - 72.2 (1.57)
7: Northampton - 72.2 (1.57)
8: Port Vale - 70.8 (1.54)
Weighted points per game home and away final table:
Thursday 21 May
The latest statement from the .....EFL
More information from the EFL statement by the ... BBC
The club release its latest financial report with a statement from owner Simon Hallett .... club website
Former Argyle defender Andy 'Jock' Morrison talks about his troubled career ... BBC
A detailed analysis of George Cooper's performances at Argyle written by a Peterborough fan .... The Posh Report
Wednesday 20 May
Happy birthday to Graham Carey .... club Twitter video
Exeter City release details of ticket refunds for the Devon Derby ... ECFC
Tuesday 19 May
Home Park from the air today ..
Argyle face masks will soon be on sale at £4.99 with profits donated to NHS Plymouth charities ... club website
Monday 18 May
The upgraded online superstore is now .... OPEN
Spotlight on Argyle ladies captain Katie Middleton ... club website
Sunday 17 May
Striker Alex Fletcher announces he is leaving the club...
A podcast interview with Joel Grant ... Beyond the Athlete
The club online superstore is upgraded and will be available tomorrow .... club website
The BBC has used statistical modelling from the University of Reading to predict the final League Two table with the focus on the Devon Derby and how the result would have affected Argyle and Exeter City .... BBC
A huge match was due to take place on 23 March - not long after the league was halted - with third-placed Plymouth hosting their fourth-placed Devon rivals Exeter in one of the most significant derby games between the sides in years.
"You'd see a giant movement in Plymouth and Exeter depending upon the outcome of that match.
And he's not wrong. If Plymouth won then Professor Reade predicts they would have an 80% chance of promotion. A loss and it drops to 45%.
For Exeter the odds are even more stark - victory puts them at a 53% chance of going up, whereas a loss drops their chances of automatic promotion to just 18%.
Plymouth might be discouraged by losing that match and could fade away very badly, but equally their efforts might be redoubled by losing that match and still turn it around, so you have both of those probabilities still happening in some proportion
Saturday 16 May
League Two club-by-club reaction to the meeting that took place on Friday .... BBC
Argyle have been in the top three of League Two for seven times this season; twice in the top spot (for the first two weeks of the season) once in second place and four times in third place. The Greens have also been in a play-off position for 14 times this season including seven games in fourth place. The lowest position of the season was 14th place on 21st September.
Friday 15 May
Graham Carey's away shirt from the 2016/2017 season is available in a raffle organised by Antoni Sarcevic .... club website
Four years ago today Peter Hartley scored a last minute winner against Portsmouth to send Argyle to a Wembley play-off final .... club Twitter video
League One and Two clubs are to look at salary cap proposals ... Sky Sports
Academy youngsters Jarvis Cleal, Ollie Tomlinson and Ruben Wilson have been offered professional contracts ... club website
Ryan Lowe said ...
“We had the conversations with the lads to give them the good news. We wanted their families to be present when we talked to them, as they have been a big part of it."
From BBC journalist Dan Roan ...
League Two clubs vote to end the season with three teams automatically promoted, play-off games and no relegation. The EFL and FA are yet to ratify the finish to the season .... BBC and EFL Statement
The club release a statement .... club website