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Argyle Welcome Wycombe
4:26pm 16th September 2014
Argyle welcome Wycombe.
They are hoping to extend this season's unbeaten home record.
The Plymouth gaffer says basic errors cost them the game at Morecambe and they want to put that right.
But John Sheridan is not expecting a walk in Home Park, he said: "It is a good thing when you have a disappointing result and a game comes quickly, if you then try to get the last game out of your mind and hopefully we can do that, by getting a positive result, it will be a really tough game but we're at home and we're unbeaten at home so hopefully we'll get the win we're after.
"If you are going to do well in the division I think your home form is vital, we're doing well at home and I keep telling the players, and it's down to the players, I put a team out who is really going to try and win the game, hopefully whoever plays will go out and perform and get us the result we're after."4:26pm 16th September 2014
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