Top of the Table Tuesday - Ready Reckoner
SKY Bet League 2 leaders Argyle welcome second-placed Northampton Town to Home Park on Tuesday, January 16. Here is everything you need to know about the game…
THE match will kick off at 7.45pm. However, we are expecting a higher crowd than usual, so please take care to arrive early and ease anticipated pressure on the Home Park turnstiles.
USE public transport, whenever possible.
TURNSTILES to the Mayflower, Grandstand, Devonport End, Lyndhurst, and Family Zone For All open at 6.15pm.
AT present, we intend to have pay-on-the-gate facilities on match-day, but, with the clamour for tickets sure to maintain, there is no telling how long that situation will last.
PLEASE make sure you sit in the seat that corresponds to the number on your ticket.
FREE parking is available adjacent to the ground, but this will fill up very early. Street parking in the area is available, but please take care to note local restrictions.
TICKETS will cost £20 for adults, £15 for over-65s and students, and £7 for under-18s. A Family Ticket for one adult and one child in the Family Zone For All is £27. All prices will rise by £2 if purchased on match-day.
THE Argyle Superstore and Ticket Office will open at 9am on match-day morning. Tickets will stay on sale from the Home Park ticket office up until the game's kick-off time - as long as there are tickets that remain to be sold.
TICKETS are also available at www.eticketing.co.uk/pafc.
IN 12 home games this season, Argyle have only lost three times at Home Park in Sky Bet League 2.
IN 41 encounters between Plymouth Argyle and Northampton Town at Home Park, spanning back as far as 1903, Argyle have won 23, drawn 8 and lost 10.
IT has been 17 years and 9 months since Argyle last lost to Northampton at Home Park, since when they have won five times and drawn once - they are on a four-match winning home run against the Cobblers.
ARGYLE have a history of big home wins against Northampton: 5-2 in 1965; 4-0 in 1920; 4-1 in 1951 and 2011; 4-3 in 1956.
THE Greens have won five out of six home games played in the club’s history on January 12.
THE match referee is Keith Stroud, who last officiated an Argyle game on New Year's Day 2014, when we beat Torquay United 2-0 in Sky Bet League 2, with goals from Caolan Lavery and Lewis Alessandra.