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Plymouth Argyle V. Bristol Rovers
7:01am 26th December 2011
Plymouth Argyle take on Bristol Rovers, after Christmas with their families.
Boss Carl Fletcher told his players not to come to training yesterday.
He says it is the time of year to look after what is most important.
But Fletch insists they are not underestimating their opposition, "It's a tough place to go, away from home. You know, we'll be ready for the challenge. It'll be a good test for us. We'll go into the game well prepared and looking forward to it."
"It's a bit of give and take really, it's a case of we didn't want to be in training and then travelling as well, because you need to spend time with your family at this time of year. It's very important, you've got to be appreciative of what you've got and look after it, so to speak."
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