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Plymouth V. Accrington
7:02am 28th September 2013
Plymouth Argyle are playing Accrington Stanley at home.
The Pilgrims are hoping to bounce back from their last home defeat.
Even though the visitors are bottom of the table, gaffer John Sheridan is not expecting a walk in Home Park.
He said: "If we can play like we did against Scunthorpe, where we create lots of chances and opportunities, we will get something out of the game, but I don't look at Accrington being at the bottom. It is going to be a tight game, it is up to us to go out and take the game to them and hopefully get the three points.
"I thought we played really well at Scunthorpe, we have got to take that and keep creating chances, then hopefully put Accrington under a bit of pressure and get the result we want."7:02am 28th September 2013
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