From Bad to Worse: Plymouth 0 – 3 Peterborough!

Plymouth Argyle are still to claim a single victory in three home games, the Pilgrims faced fellow relegated team Peterborough and lost 0 – 3, three second half goals sealed it for the visitors. Craig Noone went close in the first half skimming the crossbar but that was about the extent of Plymouth’s attack on the Peterborough goal. It’s hard to see Plymouth bouncing straight back to the Championship if they can’t even win their home games. Two losses and a draw doesn’t make for promotion chasing form. There really isn’t much more to say, the figures speak for themselves, Peterborough had 58% of the possession and seven attempts on target, scoring three compared to Plymouth’s three and no goals, makes me wonder who was supposed to be the home team!

Mark Webber claimed his fifth pole position of the season with team mate Sebastian Vettel managing a relatively lowly fourth place. Lewis Hamilton will line up alongside Webber on the front row with Robert Kubica starting from third spot alongside Vettel. Jenson Button lines up in fifth place improving one spot in the dying moments; a better qualifying performance than recent races but still too far away from Hamilton. Felipe Massa lines up alongside the Briton with fellow Brazilian Rubens Barrichello behind. Germans Adrian Sutil and Nico Hulkenberg occupy spots eight and nine while surprise of the session was Fernando Alonso only managing starting on row five in 10th place. Michael Schumacher will start in 21st place after being demoting 10 places for dangerous driving at the German Grand Prix. Kamui Kobayashi will start from 18th place after spinning out in Q1 when the rain came down; so I expect Schumacher and Kobayashi to be scything through the field during the race, which should add some excitement in the midfield!

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