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Football: Argyle vs Oxford
7:01am 12th April 2014
It is all eyes on the play-offs as Plymouth Argyle welcome Oxford.
Both teams are in with a chance and the visitors are only one place above us in League Two.
Pilgrims gaffer John Sheridan wants to capitalise on their away win over Newport.
He says they are feeling confident, despite knowing it won't be a walk in Home Park:
He added: "It will be a very difficult game, they have got good players for this division, and they still believe they have got a great chance of being in the play-offs, so we have got to try and take the game to them and get the three points we are after.
"It's a big game and they are on a bit of a bad run themselves but they have been near the top all season and I think they are one of the best teams in the division, so it'll be a really tough game, obviously ourselves and them are in with a shout at the play-offs but we have just got to try and go out and try and win the game and that's what we'll do."7:01am 12th April 2014
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