Plymouth Argyle closely monitoring Storm Dennis conditions ahead of Crewe Alexandra game
Gales and heavy rain are forecast tomorrow as Home Park stages the top-of-the-table clashby Chris Errington
Plymouth Argyle are closely monitoring the forecast for Storm Dennis ahead of their League Two top-of-the-table game against Crewe Alexandra at Home Park tomorrow.
However, the club say there is 'no reason, at present' to believe the fixture might have to be postponed.
Gales and heavy rain are forecast for tomorrow afternoon when a 10,000-plus crowd is expected for the visit of second-placed Crewe.
A club spokesperson said: "We are, of course, aware of the weather forecast for the weekend, and will continue to closely monitor conditions.
"There is no reason, at present, to suppose that that our top-of-the-table game against Crewe Alexandra is in jeopardy.
"If that changes, we will immediately inform supporters through the club’s communications channels, including the official website, www.pafc.co.uk.”
Elsewhere in the city, Plymouth Albion's home game against Cambridge at Brickfields tomorrow has been postponed by the Rugby Football Union 'due to expected weather conditions'.
An Albion statement said: "We apologise and understand that the inconvenience this will cause for some, but the safety of the players and supporters is the priority."