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Football; Argyle vs Dagenham
7:00am 22nd February 2014
Plymouth Argyle are on the road for the next two weeks.
First up - Dagenham on Saturday.
The Pilgrims won the last time they met.
Gaffer John Sheridan says they have to put last weekend's four nil defeat at home to York behind them: "I knew a lot was at stake and I knew if we could have got the right result where we could have been. A frustrating and disappointing weekend butt's just something I've got to get it out of my system and out of the players' systems and respond and go to Dagenham and try and get the win we're after.
"It's a chance. Two hard games. But every game is in this league. You look at the fixtures and everyone thinks 'Ooo you're going to win this game' but it never works like that in this league. I've said it before and I'll say it again it's a very evenly matched league in my eyes and Dagenham and Fleetwood will be two very hard games. But they're games we can go on with."
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