Plymouth Argyle entertain Newport County tomorrow, 29 August.
The Welsh side are managed by the former England player Terry Butcher so it will give the Pilgrims boss Derek Adams the chance to catch up with an old friend.
Plymouth Argyle are gearing up for their first home league match of the season against Portsmouth. It's become known as the Dockyard Derby.
Manager Derek Adams says despite their south coast rivals beating higher league opposition in the League Cup this week, the Greens are confident of a good result.
Kick off is tomorrow (Saturday 15th August) at 15:00
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Three fresh faces joined the rest of the Plymouth Argyle's first-team squad when pre-season training began this morning.
Gregg Wylde, Graham Carey and Gary Sawyer have been brought in by new manager Derek Adams.
Plymouth Argyle have offered trials to members of Torquay United's youth academy.
The Gulls have closed their academy to save money. Argyle's is run by former Torquay player and manager Kevin Hodges, who said he was delighted to offer the opportunity.
Devon's other club, Exeter City, also offered trials to Torquay's youngsters recently.
Plymouth Argyle have missed out on a trip to Wembley. John Sheridan's men lost their League Two play off semi-final at Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 last night.
Plymouth Argyle owner and chairman, James Brent talks to our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth about his ambitions for his club, as they prepare to face Wycombe in the League Two play-off semi-finals.
We agreed that making the play-offs was the minimum that we wanted to achieve. But it's certainly not our aspiration - our aspiration is to get promoted beyond League One to the Championship.
Watch the full interview here.
Fans have been queuing up this morning to get their hands on tickets for the first leg of Plymouth Argyle's play off semi-final with Wycombe.
The Pilgrims booked their place after beating Shrewsbury 2-0 on Saturday. The match is at Home Park on Saturday.
Tickets for the first leg of Plymouth Argyle's play off semi-final with Wycombe went on sale this morning.
But fans trying to buy tickets online have faced technical problems, with Argyle tweeting advice:
If you are still experiencing problems with online ticketing, please try clearing your cache, refreshing, logging out + back in, etc. #pafc
The Pilgrims booked their place after beating Shrewsbury 2-0 on Saturday. The match with Wycombe takes place at Home Park on Saturday.
Fans have been chanting "The Greens are going up" pretty much all season - but now Plymouth Argyle are within touching distance of doing just that.
They're gearing up for a tough battle with second in the table Shrewsbury tomorrow though before thoughts of the play-offs are allowed to take over.
Jacquie Bird reports.