ARGYLE'S BAD RUN CONTINUES
PLYMOUTH Argyle's dismal run of form continued last night when they were beaten 1-0 away at Bradford City in League Two.
The defeat at Valley Parade means the Pilgrims have now gone seven league and cup games without a win.
They have picked up just one league point out of a possible 18 since October 20 and, following last night's results, find themselves just two points above a relegation place.
Carl Fletcher's side went behind after just 21 minutes when Gary Jones scored for promotion-chasing Bradford.
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Argyle, who brought on teenager Tyler Harvey for his debut, did have chances to equalise in a game marred by a serious leg injury to City defender John Egan, but they failed to take them.
The Pilgrims will now be under increased pressure to beat Chesterfield at home this Saturday in the league.