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Argyle V. York
7:06am 29th November 2014
Plymouth Argyle will be determined to get back to winning ways as they welcome York on Saturday.
Last week's defeat to Mansfield ended an unbeaten run of nine games for the Pilgrims.
Gaffer John Sheridan is not too worried: "I don't like losing any game but I think the performance made it something out of the game and I think there was a desire to try and get something and they're good habits and hopefully we can continue that. We've got good home form this season but we've got to continue that against a York side which will be a very tough game for us.
He is hoping the Pilgrims' home reputation goes before them: "We're doing something right and we're doing something well so we've just got to continue and carry on our standards. Winning so many games and at home being a force - we've just got to continue that. Hopefully it'll put us in a position where we want to be at the end of the season. We're at home and we've got to be confident when we go out and try and win the game."
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