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Leicester 2-1 Plymouth

The visitors took a first-half lead when Tony Capaldi picked up a deflected cross from Mickey Evans, and shot it low into the net.

Jamie Scowcroft glanced a header in off the far post shortly after the interval.

Three minutes later a Chris Makin cross was headed in by Dion Dublin to claim his fourth goal this season.

Levein said:

We’re trying to make this into a hard place for people to come and beat us, and we did that.

Hopefully we can turn this stadium into a fortress and pick up points at home.

But after watching that game, I can understand why Leicester were losing matches late on because we were doing some crazy things in the last 10 minutes.

You’ve been told boys!!!

Leicester: Taylor, Makin, Dabizas, Dublin, Stewart, Gillespie (Blake 79), Nalis, Gemmill, Morris (Williams 45), Scowcroft, Connolly. Subs Not Used: Heath, Dawson, Benjamin.

Booked: Blake.

Goals:Scowcroft 49, Dublin 52.

Plymouth: Larrieu, Worrell, Coughlan, Doumbe, Gilbert, Norris (Adams 71), Friio (Makel 80), Wotton, Capaldi (Keith 85), Crawford, Evans. Subs Not Used: Hodges, Lasley.

Booked: Gilbert.

Goals: Capaldi 9.

Att: 23,799.

Ref: P Armstrong (Berkshire).

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