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Argyle V. Exeter
12:41pm 5th October 2013
Plymouth are desperate for a win as they prepare for Saturday's derby match.
Argyle are across the A38 at Exeter.
The home side beat Fleetwood last weekend but the Pilgrims have lost three games in a row.
Coach Sean McCarthy is hoping the Devon rivalry will light a fire: "You don't need any motivation at all. We've got Exeter coming up also Portsmouth as well and they're going to be big crowds, great atmosphere and the players, they just love going out, well I certainly did, love going out and playing in front of that sort of atmosphere."
Gaffer John Sheridan says the task is simple: "Both teams don't want to lose because they've obviously got the bragging right for the supporters. We know it's going to be a very tough game but we'll go there and we're going to try and win the game. I don't think we're the type of team I could say, let's go and just try get a point and feel as though it's a good result; I think we've got to try and win the game and no doubt they'll be a tough test for us."
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