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Argyle V. Carlisle
7:02am 18th October 2014
Plymouth Argyle will be looking to make it four out of four as they welcome Carlisle to Home Park on Saturday.
The Pilgrims have notched up three wins in the last two weeks.
Gaffer John Sheridan told Pirate FM he is hoping the boys will keep up the pressure.
He said: "We've done well at home this season. Hopefully again we can take it into the game. We're the home team, they expect us to win the game but at the same time I respect Carlisle, they're on a good run, they've got a new manager who's come in and lifted the team and they're doing really well so I expect a really tough game.
"We've got to believe in ourselves and I keep saying it, believe that we can do well. You can see the difference it makes to everyone involved in and around the place so we've just got to contain that momentum and carry on."
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