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Plymouth Argyle V Lleyton Orient
3:29pm 12th August 2014
Plymouth Argyle are out to cause a league cup upset.
It is three games in eight days for the Pilgrims.
They take on Lleyton Orient in the League Cup on Tuesday night, before hosting Exeter at the weekend.
But boss John Sheridan tells Pirate FM they be putting out their strongest side, despite their defeat to Cambridge.
He said: "It will be tough week, I expect us to come out with one or two wins from it, I really believe that we will have a good season this year, I'm going to stay focused and keep my mind set and keep doing what I think is right and hopefully everything will come up trumps.
"It is a game I want to get through, I think it is good for us, it will be a good test for us obviously against Orient, and if we get through people will think Plymouth must have a good side to beat Orient, so it is important we get through to the next round and get that little bit of confidence, especially after Saturday's result."3:29pm 12th August 2014
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