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Plymouth Argyle vs. Bristol Rovers
5:37pm 18th September 2012
Plymouth Argyle hope to inflict more misery on Bristol Rovers tonight.
The Pilgrims' opponents are without a win all season.
Greens boss Carl Fletcher admits midweek matches are trick but reckons his injury-hit team are up for it:
“Mentally it’s quite relentless. But when we go into the game we need to make sure we know we’ve done everything we can to prepare the players and to give them to best opportunity. It’d be easy for us to say ‘Oh it’s just another game and we’re just going to do this’ and not look at the opposition or anything. But that’s the easy way to do it.
He reckons his team need more of the spirit they showed on Saturday, even if it ended in defeat...
“If you keep putting in performances like that for 60 minutes, obviously we’d like it for 90, but it’s never going to happen in a game. So, we keep getting in performances in around that level then we’re not going to have any problems”5:37pm 18th September 2012
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