‘FANTASTIC POSITION'
The Herald|November 27, 2021
THE PILGRIMS HAVE DROPPED TO THIRD IN THE LEAGUE, A POINT ABOVE WIGAN, AFTER BACK-TO-BACK DEFEATS
CHRIS ERRINGTON

PLYMOUTH Argyle are still in ‘a fantastic position’ and over-achieving when it comes to the amount of points they have already picked up this season, manager Ryan Lowe declared.

Lowe has seen his side relinquish top spot in League One after successive defeats away to Charlton Athletic (2-0) and at home to Wycombe Wanderers (3-0).

But going into their 20th game of the season against Wigan Athletic at Home Park today they are in third position with 36 points and 10 wins.

Wigan are fourth, one point behind, having played two fixtures fewer than the Pilgrims, so the clash between the two teams in front of an expected 15,000 crowd has the potential to be an exciting one.

Lowe said: “They are all big games. We respect every team that comes here. For us, we just need to make sure we get back on track a little bit in terms of, first and foremost, keeping the back door shut.

“We have been absolutely superb up until the last couple of games, but even then there is the odd error in there.

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