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7:01am 7th January 2012

Plymouth Argyle look to stay unbeaten away as they visitCrewe.

Our lads are back on the bottom of League Two.

But they have not lost a match on the road since November

Gaffer Carl Fletcher says they have good reason to be confident:

“You kind of don’t see certain things like that. All the players in there just want to win win win all the time non stop all the time and that’s great. But sometimes you need to just take a little step back and realise how well you are doing”

“Crewe, generally over the years, like to get the football down and play well and they do do it well. So have to make sure we’re right and prepared properly like we do any other game. We’re looking forward to it. Going away, we’re unbeaten in the last three games so I’m relishing the challenge”

7:01am 7th January 2012

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