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Football: Plymouth Argyle vs Morecombe
7:02am 1st March 2014
7:02am 1st March 2014
Plymouth will have one eye on the play-off zone as they welcome Morecombe later.
Argyle have climbed to eighth in League Two after two away wins in a week.
But gaffer John Sheridan told Pirate FM after that four nil thrashing by York - they need to turn the tables at home: "Tough game against Morecambe. They're really well organised and always hard to play against them. So a really difficult day but hopefully we can put the form that we've shown away into home form."
He added he has got one eye on the play-offs: "Be brave. Don't worry about making mistakes. Everyone who's watching the game always thinks they can do better, they kick every ball and it's down to the players on the pitch. Just be brave and as long as I see them doing the right thing, just got to get on with it."
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