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LISTEN: Home Park 'Must be a Fortress'
7:01am 10th August 2013
Plymouth Argyle say they want to turn Home Park into a fortress.
They are playing their first home match of the season - looking for their first win.
They take on Fleetwood this afternoon.
The Pilgrims were unlucky to fall out of the Capital One Cup at the hands of Birmingham on Tuesday and boss John Sheridan was buoyed by a much improved performance compared to last Saturday’s defeat at Southend.
Guy Branston remains on the sidelines with Paul Wotton, whilst Andres Gurrieri returns to training after recovering from injury and Max Blanchard Is available having served a two match suspension.
Fleetwood have only visited Home Park once before and that was last season. Argyle ran out 2-1 winners that day.
John Sheridan said: "I know what to expect from our supporters - but it's about winning football matches. The way we played at Birmingham - if we can do that the fans will get right behind us every game and that will make us even stronger. I think the fans appreciated the way we played and went about our game the other night."
You can hear more of his thoughts on Fleetwood here...
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