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The Weekend Hosts for Argyle

30 August 2019

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OUR regular look inside Argyle's next opponents and it's the turn of Northampton ahead of the weekend clash in Sky Bet League Two.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Northampton v Argyle
Sixfields Stadium
Saturday, August 31, 2019
3pm

Match Referee
Sebastian Stockbridge

Contact
Northampton Town Football Club Limited
PTS Academy Stadium
Upton Way
Northampton
NN5 5QA
01604 683700
www.ntfc.co.uk
www.facebook.com/northamptontownfc
www.twitter.com/ntfc
wendy.lambell@ntfc.co.uk

League Position
20th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Tuesday, August 27
Leasing.com Trophy
Northampton 1
Sam Hoskins 82
Arsenal U21 1
James Olayinka 78
Northampton won 4-3 on penalties

Saturday, August 24
Sky Bet League Two
Colchester 1
Luke Norris pen 66
Northampton 0

Tuesday, August 20
Carabao Cup
Swindon 0
Northampton 1
Andy Williams 67

Saturday, August 17
Sky Bet League Two
Northampton 1
Jordan Turnbull 72
Macclesfield Town 2
Ben Stephens 39, Theo Archibald 90

Tuesday, August 13
Carabao Cup
Swansea City 3

Andre Ayew 80, 88, George Byers 83
Northampton 1

Matty Warburton 61

Next Game
Tuesday, September 3
Leasing.com Trophy
Northampton v Peterborough

Leading Scorer
Ryan Watson, Matthew Warburton, Jordan Turnbull, Andy Williams, Sam Hoskins - 1

Last Trip to Northampton
April 21, 2018
Sky Bet League One
Northampton 2
O’Toole 42, Bradley o.g. 61
Argyle 0

Manager – Keith Curle
Having managed Mansfield, Chester City, Torquay, Notts County and, most recently, Carlisle, Curle took over at Northampton in 2018. He had spent four years with previous club, Carlisle, before making the move. In his playing days, Curle was a centre back for a number of teams, including Bristol Rovers, Torquay and Manchester City.

Pre-Match View
“Plymouth are a good side with good players but there are areas within their game where we think we can cause them problems and we need to make the most of the ball when we are in possession. I’m sure they will come here full of confidence, they play an expansive open game and they will be a threat.” Keith Curle


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