THE Greens will be on the big screen for the first time in just under a year when they play Luton Town this Saturday, September 6...
...and John Sheridan believes that this will be an exciting prospect for both the players and fans.
“I think it is exciting for the players, obviously, it is always nice for people to see you play," said John.
“I think it will be a good game; Luton are a good team and they have just come up after a good season last year. So the game being on telly gives and extra incentive for the people watching, but we will just take it as another game.”
"It is a game we are going to try and win after a good result in Saturday [Southend] and we will go into the game with confidence, but it will be a tough game."
The last time the Pilgrims were on telly was on October 12 last year; a 1-1 draw with Portsmouth at the Theatre of Greens, with former captain Conor Hourihane putting the Pilgrims in the lead in the 21st-minute, only for Jed Wallace to cancel it out towards the end of the first half.
For those Greens not travelling to Luton, be sure to attend the Tribute Lounge, where for just £5, you can sit and watch the Pilgrims with a pasty and a pint – doors open at 10:30am.