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Plymouth Argyle V Coventry
2:14pm 12th November 2014
Plymouth Argyle are hoping to keep a clean sheet in the League Cup.
They travel to Coventry in the quarter finals.
The Pilgrims are unbeaten in eight games.
They are hoping for a chance in the semi-final.
Boss John Sheridan says the home side are a strong team with good players.
He reckons it will be tough but his boys are feeling confident.
He said: "We are looking forward to it, it gives us a chance of going to the next semi-final, it will be a tough game but we will go into it prepared, we are unbeaten in eight games, and we will go there and try to carry on the good form we are showing and try and hopefully win the game and that is what we are going to try and do.
"We have done well against the teams in the higher division, and we scored a few goals as well, Coventry are a good team with some really strong players for that division, but they have just had a bad result, and let's hope we can go there and affect the game and get a good game early on."2:14pm 12th November 2014
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