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5 December 2019

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OUR regular look at the opposing team, as Argyle travel to Cambridge United in Sky Bet League Two this weekend.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Cambridge United v Argyle
The Abbey Stadium
Saturday, December 7, 2019
3pm

Match Referee
Michael Salisbury

Contact
Cambridge United Football Club
The Abbey Stadium
Newmarket Road
Cambridge
CB5 8LN
01223 566500
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info@Cambridge-United.co.uk

League Position
13th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Saturday, November 23
Sky Bet League Two
Carlisle United 0
Cambridge United 0

Tuesday, November 19
FA Cup
Exeter City 1
Fisher 70
Cambridge United 0

Saturday, November 16
Sky Bet League Two
Walsall 2
Gordon 1, Sadler 10
Cambridge United 1
Knibbs 90

Tuesday, November 12
Leasing.com Trophy
Peterborough United 2
Ward 9, Jade-Jones 30
Cambridge United 1
Knibbs 79

Saturday, November 9
FA Cup
Cambridge United 1
Smith 90
Exeter City 1
Fisher 34

Next Game
Saturday, December 14
Sky Bet League Two
Cheltenham Town v Cambridge United

Leading Scorer
Sam Smith - 6

Last Argyle Visit
February 4, 2017
Sky Bet League Two
Cambridge United 0
Argyle 1
Sarcevic 41

Manager – Colin Calderwood
The vastly-experienced Colin Calderwood was a Scotland international defender in his playing days, enjoying a distinguished career with the likes of Swindon Town, Tottenham, Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest and Mansfield Town. His first managerial job came at Northampton in 2003 and he has also been the boss at Forest and Hibernian, as well as assistant manager roles with Newcastle, Birmingham, Norwich, Brighton and Aston Villa. He was appointed Cambridge manager in December last year.

Pre-Match View
“We have to look forward to trying to have a run through December in league games that will get us back into the top half at the very, very least. Plymouth at home and Leyton Orient at home, and Cheltenham away are three really appetising games.” Colin Calderwood


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