Swans Rundown

FOOTBALL’S back at Home Park after the summer break this weekend with the visit of Swansea City to Home Park.

We hope you enjoyed the World Cup and are very much looking forward to coming back to Home Park, but we realise you might be a little rusty after the summer.

To help ease you back, here are a few pointers from ALY WHITING about Sunday’s match with the Swans.

•    The game kicks off at 5pm at Home Park

•    Turnstiles open at 3.30pm

•    The Devonport end is closed for the match

•    The turnstile to Block 9 in the Lyndhurst is the lowest number turnstile which will be open

•    Advance ticket prices are £9 for adults, £7 for over 65 and students, and £4 for under 18s, rising by £2 on match-day

•    The Argyle Superstore and Ticket Office will open at 11am

•    The Superstore will remain open until 7pm

•    A programme costing £2 and covering both Sunday’s game and Wednesday’s match with Yeovil will be available

•    You can get a special ADVANCE ticket covering both the Swansea and Yeovil games, priced £15 for adults, £11 for over 65 and students, and £7 for under 18s – this is available only until close of business on Saturday

•    The Family Stand is open but there is no Family Zone For All so no Family Ticket is available

•    Garry Monk was named Swansea player-manager  February 4 after the sacking of Michael Laudrup; he became permanent manager in May

•    Swansea have just returned from a pre-season tour of America, having played Mexican side Chivas Guadalajara (D 1-1)and American team Minnesota United (L  0-2)

•    Swansea’s squad includes: Ecuador’s World Cup 2014 winger Jefferson Montero, who signed for the Swans on Thursday; Gylfi Sigurdsson, who has rejoined the club, from Tottenham; and former Liverpool player Jonjo Shelvey

•    Star striker Michu, who joined from Rayo Vallecano in 2012, has joined Napoli on loan

•    Former Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski will likely be between the posts for the Swans

•    The match referee is Lee Collins, a Football League referee since 2011 who has officiated Argyle on three other occasions – his first game in charge of the Pilgrims was in the FA Cup first round against Dorchester Town which saw Argyle lose 1-0, with Conor Hourihane receiving two yellow cards in the first half