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Football: Plymouth Argyle vs Bristol Rovers
7:02am 8th March 2014
7:02am 8th March 2014
Plymouth Argyle try for another steam-roller performance against Bristol Rovers.
The Pilgrims last two games have seen them grab victory four-nil and five-nil.
Boss John Sheridan reckons it is a mind-set thing: "The most important thing is belief in the players. The players believe in themselves more than anyone else, they're the ones who are going out playing and we're doing well at the moment. But we've got to carry on that - you know what can happen and what's around the corner if you don't prepare and you're not ready for it.
"It's going to be a good test for us. We've got some really good games and if we can pick one or two results up, starting with these two away games we can pick points up from we've got some really attractive games at home against teams who are at the top of the league. They're all tough games in this league; it's very evenly matched for me."
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