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Football: Argyle vs Chesterfield
2:20pm 18th March 2014
Plymouth Argyle face the second of two tough matches, as the league leaders Chesterfield visit Home Park.
The Pilgrims lost to second place Scunthorpe at the weekend, which is the first time they have lost two games in a row since September.
This as they go for a promotion place.
But boss John Sheridan, who is coming face to face with his old team, said he is pleased with his lads: "It's a good record but I knew they would be very hard games, Scunthorpe and Chesterfield at home, two teams first and second in the league. But, I thought we performed really well on Saturday. I felt we really deserved something out of the game so we've got to take that positiveness and what we did good in the game and we've got a chance getting something.
"What people think was a poor result we've bounced back and shown a bit of character. Hopefully we can do the same, we know the importance of the game and we'll go and try and win the game. We respect Chesterfield, they're having a really good season, it'll be a really tough game. But, whoever I play or whether I make changes or keep the same team, I'm really positive we'll get something."
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