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Football: Argyle vs Exeter
3:52pm 25th March 2014
(Updated 3:52pm 25th March 2014)
Plymouth are doing the derby on Tuesday evening.
Argyle welcome Exeter needing a win to get back into the play-off places.
It is after that draw away to Accrington on Saturday.
Pilgrims' gaffer John Sheridan says he wants more from the players: "It doesn't really matter who's involved I expect them to go out, be ready for it. It'll be a tough game, derby's usually are, they're tight at first so whoever I pick will hopefully go out and perform and get us the three points we need.
"We know the importance of the game obviously at this stage of the season and where we are in the league, so it's vital that we try and get the three points from the game. But with it being at Exeter it's our biggest game of the season, the biggest game for the support and the supporters want a win."
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