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Plymouth Argyle v. Bradford City
7:03am 10th December 2011
Plymouth Argyle's manager is calling their clash against Bradford City a "massive game".
The Pilgrims are travelling north to face their fellow League Two stragglers.
Carl Fletcher says their 4-1 win over Northampton two weeks ago has been a big boost for the team: "You know you can put in all the hard work, and do everything right for as long as possible but them wins are the best way to get confidence into everyone. It's pleasing, but we'll hopefully take that confidence into a tough game we've got against Bradford."
Carl adds both sides need the points, "It's going to be, with teams in and around us, I think if we win we go level on points with them. You know, it's a massive game for us and we're under no illusions about that. It's the same for every game we play, we'll go out there, try and do our best to put in a good performance and win the game."
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