Previous encounters: Plymouth Argyle

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James Bird
James Bird August 28, 2012
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Jamie Smith
Yep I remember Cookey's brace. Cried on that game. 2 years ago
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Burnley have a fine record at home against the Pilgrims, winning seven of the last ten encounters, writes James Bird.

Last time out

A bore draw. Argyle visited Turf Moor in August in a game that saw Chris Eagles dismissed on 83 minutes for kicking his opponent. The Clarets would have just two points from the first 12 that season as they went on to be promoted.

Burnley 0 – 0 Plymouth Argyle. 30 August 2008.

One for us

The first game I vividly remember at Turf Moor. As a seven-year-old I sat in the Bob Lord Stand to witness an Andy Cooke headed double keep the Clarets up on the last day of the season against Argyle. Turf Moor had 18,811 on that day as the attendance was nearly double the previous home game. Mark Saunders had equalised for the Pilgrims before Cooke struck again just before half time. As the final whistle went, Burnley fans flooded the pitch to celebrate survival. Magical!

Burnley 2 – 1 Plymouth Argyle. 02 May 1998.

One for them

An icy Turf Moor was the stage for the return of Doug Collins, who had been released by the Clarets the previous summer. He helped the Pilgrims to a 2-0 win that day.

Burnley 0 – 1 Plymouth Argyle. 03 January 1977.

Head-to-head at Turf Moor.

Burnley – 13 wins, 35 goals.

Biggest win – 4-0, 03 April 2007.

Plymouth Argyle – five wins, 23 goals.

Biggest win – 0-2, three occasions.

Draws – eight.

Worth noting.

Will Eddie’s men bounce back from two disappointing performances and keep a cup run on the cards? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Jamie Smith
    Jamie Smith

    Yep I remember Cookey’s brace. Cried on that game.

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