ARGYLE'S struggles at Home Park this season are typical of recent campaigns.
They have a home record of two wins, two draws and four defeats in League Two this term.
Burton Albion became the latest team to triumph at Home Park when they beat the Pilgrims 2-1 on Wednesday.
Argyle have played 100 league games at Home Park since the start of the 2008/09 season and their record over that period of time does not make good reading.
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They have lost 45 of them, won only 29 – less than one in three – and drawn 26, and been outscored by 138 goals to 112.
Manager Carl Fletcher (left) has some thoughts on why Argyle have struggled so much.
He said: "It (Home Park) should be a hard place to come to, but I don't think it's as difficult as it was.
"We have got a nice pitch now and the stadium is quite good. It's a nice place to come to, especially at this level."
Historically, Gillingham have found Home Park a difficult place to play at, winning on only four of their previous 32 league visits.
But they did beat Argyle 1-0 on their last trip in March with a 23rd minute goal from defender Joe Martin before he was sent-off later in the first half.