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Plymouth Argyle V Cheltenham
7:02am 25th October 2014
Plymouth Argyle are hoping to keep a clean sheet as they welcome Cheltenham.
The Pilgrims drew against Wimbledon on Tuesday.
That is after four wins in a row.
Boss John Sheridan says he believes the team are as good as any other team in the division.
He tells us it is about the whole team, he said: "We are making life difficult for the opposition, it is about the whole team not just the defence of the keeper, we start from the front and defend from the front and work really hard as a team, it is full credit to the ten or eleven players on the pitch, we are doing okay and if you keep clean sheets it always gives you a great chance of winning games.
"I believe we are as good as any team in this division on our day, and I respect every team in this league as anyone can beat anyone, but I've got no fear of anyone, I think we have got to believe we are as good as any other team, I do, and I want the players to more and more, and on our day we will beat anyone."7:02am 25th October 2014
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