Our prediction for this League 1 match:
Fleetwood will look to make amends for a 2-0 loss to Charlton when they take on Plymouth in a postponed League One fixture. Fleetwood are just one point clear of the relegation zone, and they are likely to fight tooth and nail against the Pilgrims. Jordan Rossiter remains in the recovery room, but he should be the only absentee in the home side.
Plymouth, on the other hand, head into the match following back-to-back defeats to Sheffield Wednesday and Lincoln City, and there is every chance head coach Steven Schumacher will make changes to the starting line-up. Brendan Halloway remains on the sidelines with injury, while both Camara and Garrick are pushing for a start. Fleetwood are determined to escape the danger zone, and seeing that Plymouth aim to climb to the playoffs berth, both teams to score betting option should be considered.
Highlighted Player (Callum Camps):
Callum Camps is yet another product of Rochdale football school. Born in Stockport, England on November 30, 1995, Camps came through Rochdale youth team before making his senior debut on April 13, 2013 in a 2-2 draw with Port Vale.
He has been playing for the Dale ever since and it has to be noted that his most successful season was the 2016/2017 as he scored eight goals in 44 appearances in the League one for the club. Despite being born in England, Callum Caps is eligible to play for Northern Ireland national team through his grandmother, but he has only one cap with the Northern Ireland U21 team.
He made his debut with the U21 team in a 2-1 loss to Macedonia on October 13, 2015. His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as both defensive and attacking midfielder as well.
Highlighted Team (Plymouth):
Nicknamed the Pilgrims, Plymouth are a professional football club that host their rivals at Home Park. The stadium, which can hold up to 18,600 people, was built in 1892 and opened the following year. Plymouth footballers wear dark green jerseys and white shorts when playing in front of home fans, while light green and white are the dominant colours of their away kit.
The Pilgrims made it to the FA Cup semi-finals in the 1983-84 season, with the team advancing to the Football League Cup semis on two occasions (1964-65, 1973-74). The Pilgrims recorded their biggest win against Millwall on January 16, 1932, with the team beating the Lions 8-1, and they repeated the success in 1994 as they rolled over Hartlepool United in the Second Division.
The club suffered their heaviest defeat against Stoke City (0-9) on December 17, 1960. Fellow Devon teams Exeter City and Torquay United are seen as the club’s fiercest rivals.