RE­TURN TO FORM AT JUST THE RIGHT TIME

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -

AF­TER a run of four games with­out a win, Ply­mouth got back on track af­ter keep­ing up their record of do­ing well against the higher placed teams.

The Devon team have strug­gled against the lesser lights at home but, when given time and space to play, they flour­ish.

This vic­tory gives the Pil­grims breath­ing space on the chas­ing pack head­ing into a tricky spell of games.

Gra­ham Carey’s re­turn to scor­ing – his first league goal since De­cem­ber 10 – will come as a wel­come boost.

Carlisle, on the other hand, will be ner­vously look­ing over their shoul­der af­ter suf­fer­ing three straight de­feats.

With just three wins from their last 12 games, their au­to­matic pro­mo­tion hopes are now hang­ing in the bal­ance.

The vis­i­tors had plenty of pos­ses­sion but did lit­tle with it and Ply­mouth keeper Luke McCormick had one of his eas­i­est af­ter­noons of the sea­son as Ar­gyle so­lid­i­fied their hold on sec­ond.

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