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Plymouth v Bradford
7:01am 31st March 2012
Plymouth Argyle are bringing in a psychologist to help them beat the drop.
They take on relegation rivals Bradford at Home Park later.
Having grabbed headlines for the wrong reasons on Tuesday evening, Bradford come to Home Park with three players suspended following a brawl at the final whistle of their game with Crawley. Added to this, the Bantam also have a lengthy injury list.
Pilgrims boss Carl Fletcher, meanwhile, could call on new recruit and namesake Steve, who has signed on loan from Bournemouth until the end of the season.
He said, "It's easy to put your head down and hide behind it and hope it just goes over your head. But we spoke to the team about standing up tall, embracing it, taking it onboard and enjoying all the stuff that comes with it."
Should Argyle win, they would go level on points with Bradford.
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