Date: 12th December 2008 at 3:38pm
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Lenny367 takes a look at all the stats behind the R`s trip to Home Park tomorrow.

Rangers don`t seem to fair to well when travelling to Home Park to take on Plymouth. The record stands at 16 Home wins 1 draw and 5 wins for the R`s.

Rangers had to wait 6 games before scoring their first away goal against Argyle and a further 3 before recording their first win in the fixture.

Our recent record over the last 6 years doesn`t look much better with 4 defeats, a draw and a win. The good news is that in those games we have only failed to score on one occasion. However, recent games are always tight affairs, with only 2 of the last 8 having more than a 1 goal margin

For Saturdays game it is worth noting that Plymouth have lost the last two games they have played at home (to Birmingham and Blackpool) whereas the Rangers have lost 2 of the last 3 away games, and it is 8 games since they last won on their travels

Of the 24 goals they have scored this season 15 have come in the first half whereas of the 25 conceded 17 have come in the second half so if we keep it goalless in the first half we can expect to walk away with 3 points!

The popular times for a Rangers goal are either between 15 and 30 minutes or the last 15 minutes. The first half seems to be worse for conceding goals with 12 of 21 goals being let in.

Of the 22 games:

There has never been a scorelss game
3-1 and 2-0 home wins have occurred most (4 times).

Worst defeat 4-0 (twice).

We have failed to score only once in the last 12 visits.

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One Reply to “The Stat Attack – Plymouth Argyle”

  • Great stats – altho it doesn’t make for comfortable reading ahead of tomorrow’s game which we really, really need to win – to boost confidence, if for no other reason!!

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