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Argyle Take On Burton
7:02am 5th April 2014
Plymouth Argyle are in action against Burton after an 11 day break.
The Plymouth boss is hoping family power will help towards the game.
They have slipped to 9th in League Two.
They are aiming to get their dream of a play-off place back on track.
John Sheridan reckons every one of the final seven matches will be tough.
He said: "I've given them a couple of days off, we've had lots and lots of games, one or two niggles as well. It just gives people an opportunity to go and see their families, some of them live away from their families and I thought it was just the right thing to do to give them a little bit of time with their loved ones. We've come in and trained and have been really bright and well and hopefully we can take that into the game.
"Burton have done well they have had a lot of 1-0 results, they are organised and they have got two good players upfront, and they know what the systems all about. They are doing very well this season so we respect that but we are going there and we have got to try and win the game, we are attack minded and we will go for it."7:02am 5th April 2014
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