WE have a delicious menu for the Green Army to savour in tonight's game at Home Park.
Argyle welcome Chelsea Under-21s to Home Park in the Leasing.com Trophy and a point will be enough for the Pilgrims to progress to the next stage of the competition.
On the menu tonight is a main course choice of pan-roasted chicken supreme, served with scallion crushed new potatoes, tender stem broccoli and a wild mushroom sauce, or a thyme-roasted butternut squash and goats cheese wellington, served with roasted new potatoes and tender stem broccoli.
That is followed by a white chocolate fudge cake or lemon tart, served with fresh berries and Devon cream.
It is going to be another superb occasion at the Theatre of Greens tonight, as we take on some of the most talented youngsters in world football.
Goals from Zak Rudden, Joel Grant and Joe Riley gave Argyle a 3-0 win at Swindon in the previous group match and, following the penalty shoot-out victory over Bristol Rovers in the opening game, the Pilgrims are in pole position to qualify for the next stage of the Trophy.
A win for Argyle would ensure that they win Group F, while a draw would guarantee qualification. However, a Rovers win over Swindon could see them replace the Pilgrims at the top of the table if they can win by three goals or more – or if Argyle lose the resultant shoot-out.
A draw could still be enough for Chelsea to progress, but only if Rovers are defeated by Swindon, or the Blues win the penalty shoot-out against Argyle and Rovers can manage only a draw.
If Argyle lose to Chelsea, they will be reliant on a Rovers defeat to Swindon, or a draw, but that, again, will leave progression down to the lottery of the shoot-out and goal difference.
Prices are listed below for the Chelsea visit, which will kick-off at 7.45pm, and please note season-ticket holders seats are not reserved for this game.
Adult (ST & 1886 Members) £7
Over 65/Under 23 £4
Over 65/Under 23 (ST & 1886 Members) £3
Under 18 £1