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Argyle Get Their Number

19 June 2019

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THE Pilgrims have been handed number 24 for Thursday evening’s Carabao Cup round one draw.

The Carabao Cup Round One draw will take place at 7pm on Thursday, June 20, live from Morrisons, Colindale.

Fans will be able to watch the draw live in store and also tune in to the Carabao Cup Facebook and Twitter pages, with live text updates across EFL Channels and EFL.com.

As in 2018, the Round One draw will be drawn in Northern and Southern sections.

In the previous two Carabao Cup campaigns, Argyle were drawn to face Championship side Bristol City at Ashton Gate. While the opponent may have been the same, the games themselves were not – as the Pilgrims recovered from a 5-1 thumping in the 2017-18 campaign to win 1-0 last season, courtesy of a Yann Songo’o header.

The following round, goals from Freddie Ladapo and Jamie Ness looked to have given the Greens another Championship scalp at Millwall, but a late show from the Lions saw Argyle exit the competition with a last-minute defeat. 

The Carabao Cup Round One draw will take place at 7pm on Thursday, June 20, live from Morrisons, Colindale.

Fans will be able to watch the draw live in store and also tune in to the Carabao Cup Facebook and Twitter pages, with live text updates across EFL Channels and EFL.com.

As in 2018, the Round One draw will be drawn in Northern and Southern sections.

In the previous two Carabao Cup campaigns, Argyle were drawn to face Championship side Bristol City at Ashton Gate. While the opponent may have been the same, the games themselves were not – as the Pilgrims recovered from a 5-1 thumping in the 2017-18 campaign to win 1-0 last season, courtesy of a Yann Songo’o header.

The following round, goals from Freddie Ladapo and Jamie Ness looked to have given the Greens another Championship scalp at Millwall, but a late show from the Lions saw Argyle exit the competition with a last-minute defeat.

Conducting the draw will be footballing legend, John Barnes and Arsenal fan favourite, Ray Parlour, as they select the 35 fixtures for Round One.

Resulting ties will be played week commencing 12 August with selected matches available live on Sky Sports.

ship scalp at Millwall, but a late show from the Lions saw Argyle exit the competition with a last-minute defeat.

Conducting the draw will be footballing legend, John Barnes and Arsenal fan favourite, Ray Parlour, as they select the 35 fixtures for Round One.

Resulting ties will be played week commencing 12 August with selected matches available live on Sky Sports.


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