Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
Plymouth Argyle v. Barnet
2:32pm 14th February 2012
Plymouth Argyle are back in action after a ten day break.
Barnet visit Home Park later.
A win could lift the Pilgrims out of the League Two drop zone again.
Gaffer Carl Fletcher says the break has done them all good:
"Everyone's looking forward to it. We know it's going to be a tough game. The lads have trained really well this week They've had a bit of a nightmare with the training pitch because one day it's frozen, the next day it's boggy, and all credit to the lads don't moan about it, they just get on with it and we're just all raring to go"
The manager got a chance to watch Barnet in action in the Johnson's Paint Trophy area final:
"We don't always get that opportunity to see the teams first hand, because obviously they're playing at the same time as us. But it was good to go and see. They've been on a good run lately so they've got a bit of confidence and we know it's going to be a tough test for us"
Warren Feeney is still expected to be out injured, but other than that Argyle have a clean bill of health.
Share This StoryTweet
Simon Cowell burglar sentenced to eight years for £1m jewellery break-in
National News: A burglar who stole almost £1m of jewellery from Simon Cowell's home, leaving him with "constant fear" for the safety of his family, has been jailed for eight years.
Beauty And The Beast: 'Gay moment' set to make Disney history
Showbiz News: The new Beauty And The Beast film is set to feature an "exclusively gay moment" in what is being called a watershed scene for Disney.
Twitter takes on trolls with tools to detect and mute abuse
World News: Twitter is changing the way it detects abuse, introducing algorithms to search for offensive content and making it easier for users to mute accounts and posts.
Sir Mo Farah 'annoyed' at leaked coach doping report
Sports News: Sir Mo Farah has said that he has "never broken the rules" on drugs in his sport, following the leaking of a report naming his coach.