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Argyle V. Hartlepool
12:59pm 19th October 2013
Plymouth Argyle trek to Hartlepool, looking for their first win since September.
The Pilgrims are languishing in the bottom half of the league thanks to a run of draws and defeats, whereas the Pools are on a three match winning streak.
But gaffer John Sheridan says things can change quickly in football.
He said: "I feel as though we've been playing alright for the last four or five games, but we're not getting the results our performances deserve, but I can talk and I'm not making excuses, we've got to work very hard to try and get back to our winning ways, the lads are up for a fight and I'm up for a fight and we're not going to get down-hearted, things can change very quickly in football.
"They didn't start well but Colin Cooper stuck to his beliefs and he's got them winning football matches now. They're a good team and we've had to watch them even when they were losing games. I expect a very tough game, but I expect it's another game where we can go there and if we can do what I know we can, we can win the game."12:59pm 19th October 2013
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