While the Pilgrims played some good stuff on that night, Liskeard showed more than enough promise to ensure Saturday’s meeting will be another difficult outing.
The incentive for Argyle is to gain three more points and cement second place in the Division 1 West, as that should be sufficient to ensure promotion to the Premier Division next season.
“I imagine Liskeard will come to us looking to extract a little bit of revenge from the last game,” said Head Coach Kevin Nancekivell. “They will be looking to press us all over the pitch and we expect a very tough afternoon.
“Liskeard have got some good young players in their team and we realise they can beat anybody on their day. We have to be completely focussed and 100% on our game to get the right result.
“Our aim for this season was to give our Academy and Education players regular football, and we’ve achieved that. If we can also win promotion to the Premier Division, that would be fantastic but there are a lot of games still to be played.
“We have an important Youth Alliance game against Southend as well this weekend but we will field two competitive sides for both fixtures.”