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Football: Argyle vs Accrington Stanley
7:01am 22nd March 2014
Plymouth Argyle make the trip to Accrington Stanley looking to secure their play-off place.
It is after victory over Chesterfield put The Pilgrims into the promotion zone
Gaffer John Sheridan says the players are all enjoying playing at the moment: "It's good when you're going out and you're happy playing football and you're winning games and it's good when you look at the league table. I hope the players enjoy it as much as I do at the moment. So, we've just got to go out. We know the importance of every game now. really, really big games, every game is massive.
"I want us to improve and be better and try and get as high up the table as possible. It's just taking that next game very seriously and trying to win it. Accrington will be a tough game but I'll be keeping an eye on the players and making sure we're doing things properly. I want more from the players."
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