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Plymouth V. Morecambe
7:05am 13th September 2014
Plymouth Argyle look for their third win in a row against Morecambe on Saturday.
But, more than that, they are also hoping for a third clean sheet.
Last weekend's game ended Luton 0 - Plymouth 1, putting us 8th in Sky Bet League Two.
Boss John Sheridan tells us there is no secret to it: "Away from home it's just about grinding results out. If my players were giving me an eight and a nine out of ten every week they wouldn't be playing at Plymouth. It's important we just stay as a team, work hard as a team, have a good work ethic about us and figure out the league and when you're not playing well, to pick something up from games.
"We respect them and I'm expecting a really tough game but we've got to go there and try and win the game. I feel as though on our day, we can beat any team in the division if we're on our game so, again, it's the word isn't it? Consistency!"
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