We preview Tuesday night's home game against Plymouth
Sky Bet League 2
Tuesday 3rd March 2015
The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH
Tuesday's game is a Category B fixture and tickets are available at cheaper 'in advance' prices until midnight on Monday online at www.borotickets.co.uk. Alternatively you can pay cash on the turnstiles at match day prices which are as follows:
West Stand (home seats) and South Stand (away fans)
£22 - Adults
£19 - Concession
£14 - Under-22
£10 - Under-16
£8 - Under-12
£18 - Adults
£16 - Concession
£11 - Under-22
£8 - Under-16
£5 - Under-12
£17 - Adults
£15 - Concession
£11 - Under-22
£8 - Under-16
£5 - Under-12
Stevenage are unlikely to make too many changes from the side that picked up a point at Wycombe although Chris Beardsley will miss out through suspension after picking up two yellows at Adams Park. Danny Johnson, Charlie Lee and Ben Kennedy are among the options open to GW.
Plymouth top scorer Reuben Reid missed Saturday's 2-0 home defeat to Bury with a foot injury and is therefore a doubt for Tuesday's game. He received an injection prior to the weekend game but wasn't risked, although is expected to travel to Hertfordshire. Former Boro loanee Ryan Brunt is in goalscoring form himself lately and will pose a threat if selected again in Reid's place.
View from the dressing room:
Click on the links below to read the latest from both camps ahead of the game...
Graham Westley, Tom Pett and Dean Wells look ahead to Tuesday's match after the Wycombe game
After a 2-0 loss to Bury ended Argyle’s excellent recent form, John Sheridan is eager for his team to recover quickly from a momentum-draining defeat.
John Sheridan is not sure whether top scorer Reuben Reid will be fit for Argyle’s away game against Stevenage on Tuesday night.
Plymouth's 2-0 home defeat to Bury spoiled an otherwise perfect February which had seen four consecutive wins, including three clean sheets and put their playoff push back on track. This follows a poor run of just two wins in 12 games stretching back to late November which threatened to derail Argyle's season. Recent home wins have come against Cambridge (2-1) and Accrington (1-0) with away wins at Wycombe (2-0) and Devon rivals Exeter (3-1)
Last time we met:
Plymouth snatched the most unlikeliest of points with a last gasp penalty at Home Park in August to deny Stevenage what would have been an excellent win on their travels. A first Boro goal for Connor Calcutt looked to have the points heading back to Hertfordshire, but in time added on after the allotted six minutes of injury time, the Pilgrims equalised from the spot after a Dembele handball.
Head to head:
That's simple. One game, two goals and 98 minutes of football. Highlights of the only ever previous meeting between the two sides can be watched above.
Betting with Sky Bet
Stevenage are 8/5 for the win on Tuesday night with official league sponsors Sky Bet.
A 2-1 Stevenage win with Tom Pett scoring first gets you odds of 55/1 whilst Ben Kennedy is 8/1 to be the last goalscorer.
Meanwhile for the Pilgrims - themselves 9/5 for the away win - Peter Hartley is 9/1 to score in 90 minutes and Ryan Brunt is 15/2 to score first.
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Not going to the game?
Listen to live match commentary on the Boro Player service where you will also find full match highlights and full post-match interviews on Wednesday. We will also be providing live minute-by-minute updates on our Twitter account, with the key incidents reported live on our Facebook page. The best match day photos will be posted on the club's Instagram account whilst short highlights of the game will be on our YouTube page on Wednesday.