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Plymouth Argyle V York
7:04am 3rd January 2015
Plymouth Argyle try to get back to winning ways after a bleak Christmas.
The Pilgrims have suffered two defeats in a row.
They are without Aaron Bentley for their trip to York.
The teenager is starting a three match ban after being sent off for a nasty looking tackle.
But boss John Sheridan reckons he has learnt his lesson.
He said: "It was a silly tackle but he is a young boy and it is just something he'll learn, he'll miss a few games obviously, he was a bit down but he has picked himself up, it is just something you have got to get on with.
"This league is very tight and you see a lot of draws, everyone beats each other, you can get on a run for three or four games on a winning streak and find yourself jumping seven or eight places."7:04am 3rd January 2015
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