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Plymouth Argyle V Newport County
8:06am 26th December 2014
Plymouth Argyle prepare for a Boxing Day challenge as they travel to Newport.
The Pilgrims are hoping for their third win on the bounce.
It is after that 3-0 win against Dagenham and Redbridge last weekend.
They are currently fifth in the league table and aiming to keep it that way.
Boss John Sheridan says the Pilgrims are prepared for a challenge.
He said: "It will be a tough game but the way that we are playing at the moment and the position that we are in, we've got to go there and stay with the teams at the top of the table. Newport are a good team, they've had some really good results of late, they are a strong team and play to their strengths so it will be a really difficult game.
"It is very important that we score from different areas, it is a good habit to have, teams are aware that we are a threat from different areas of the pitch. I'm pleased there are one or two other players getting on the score sheet, it is a plus for us."8:06am 26th December 2014
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