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Argyle Seek Revenge

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7:02am 25th August 2012

Plymouth Argyle look for revenge over Oxford later on Saturday.

The last time they met, the Pilgrims were thumped 5-1.

Boss Carl Fletcher admits that result will be in the back of their minds: "It's a different season. We know it's going to be a tough game. They've got a real good side, some real good, it's a real big club, the last couple of seasons just missing out on the play-offs so we know they'll be looking to push on and we've just got to be ready for the challenge."

7:02am 25th August 2012

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