FULL TIME: Plymouth Argyle 0 Accrington Stanley 0

ACCRINGTON Stanley played out a goalless draw at Plymouth in a match that was delayed after a head injury sustained by Reds defender Nicky Hunt.

Hunt was knocked unconscious after a clash of heads in the second half of the League Two clash and was taken to hospital.

The early news on his recovery is encouraging with the former Bolton right back conscious in hospital, although he is thought to have suffered severe concussion.

The match was delayed as Hunt required 10 minutes of treatment on the pitch at Home Park.

James Beattie saw an effort cleared off the line before half time, before Cameron Belford saved from Onismor Bhasera after the interval.

Anthony Charles then had a goal disallowed for Plymouth late on.

Stanley: Cameron Belford, Nicky Hunt (Marcus Carver 60), Dean Winnard, Peter Murphy, Michael Liddle, Craig Lindfield (George Miller 78), Luke Joyce, Charlie Barnett, Laurence Wilson, Rommy Boco, James Beattie. Subs not used: Andrew Dawber, Lee Molyneux, Luke Clark, Bohan Dixon, James Gray.

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12:00pm Sun 27 Jan 13

accstan says...

Decent away point & a clean sheet although the game was overshadowed by the shocking injury to Nicky Hunt - well done to the lads for soldiering on after that happened when I'm sure all they wanted to do was make sure their team-mate was ok. Strange the amount of controversy in this game was akin to the controversy in the reverse fixture at the Crown Ground a month ago & both games were refereed by the same man???
Decent away point & a clean sheet although the game was overshadowed by the shocking injury to Nicky Hunt - well done to the lads for soldiering on after that happened when I'm sure all they wanted to do was make sure their team-mate was ok. Strange the amount of controversy in this game was akin to the controversy in the reverse fixture at the Crown Ground a month ago & both games were refereed by the same man??? accstan

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