Gaffer for the day: Plymouth Argyle

Jayden Stockley Picture: Joe Pepler
Jayden Stockley Picture: Joe Pepler
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Mark Chambers,

aged 42,

from Emsworth

I am really excited about going to this one.

I have not been to many away games over the last few years due to family and bits and pieces.

We showed on Wednesday night against Derby we have a great squad and there will be selection headaches going forward.

That Capital One Cup game showed we have strength in depth with the likes of Adam Webster doing a great job at centre-half, the attacking three behind the striker doing well and then Conor comes off the bench and gets the winner.

I imagine it will be a similar team to the one which lined-up against Dagenham & Redbridge, with Gary Roberts going straight into the side.

It will be interesting what happens up front and whether Jayden Stockley will feature with it being an away game.

I’m not so sure I agree with the sponsors making him man of the match against Derby, although thought he did a very good job.

I really like Tubbs, who was last season’s top scorer in League Two and scored a hat-trick at Cambridge United last season in a different system.

Already I am encouraged by this campaign and would love for us to be champions – that is what we should be aiming for.

I believe we will do very well and have a great manager who is exactly what we need after the previous appointments.

I’m going for us to win 2-1, which I know is a fairly predictable kind of score but it is one I think we can get.

It will be tough, Argyle only lost at Gillingham in the cup when they conceded two goals in the final five minutes after leading.

And it will be interesting to see how Reuben Reid does.