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Plymouth Argyle V Tranmere
7:02am 11th October 2014
Plymouth travel to Tranmere on Saturday hoping for a hatrick.
Argyle have won two games in a row against Swindon and Shrewsbury.
The home side are third from bottom in the league.
But Pilgrims' gaffer John Sheridan says that means nothing: "They're in a position where they look vulnerable but they are playing well. I don't look at the league table and where they're sitting in the league because they are a decent team and it's always been a hard place when I've been before - it's a difficult place to go so I expect a really tough game.
"I want to focus on us. We've won our last two. We're in a position where we're a little bit closer to the teams above us. I look at the fixtures that are going on this weekend. We've got to go there and try and win and that's what we'll do."7:02am 11th October 2014
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