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Plymouth Argyle V Stevenage
2:29pm 19th August 2014
Plymouth welcome Stevenage to Home Park.
Argyle are feeling positive after their 3-0 victory over Exeter at the weekend.
They are currently in tenth position in the League Cup, and the opposition in fifteenth.
Now they are hoping for their second win of the season.
Boss John Sheridan says he is expecting a tough game.
He said: "When you are at home you have got to be brave and take the game to the opposition, and I expect my forward thinking players high up the pitch to cause them as many problems as we did on Saturday, but I am expecting a really tough game.
"Everyone is fit, everyone is playing and wants to be involved, which is good for me, again the subs come on and do well and give us another lift to get us going again, so that is what I want from all of my players, to be part of the team and be in it."2:29pm 19th August 2014
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