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Argyle V. Barnet
7:01am 13th October 2012
Plymouth Argyle make the trip to Barnet on Saturday, looking for their first league win in three weeks.
The Pilgrims beat Aldershot in the cup on Tuesday.
But last week, they suffered defeat to Wimbledon.
Gaffer Carl Fletcher says onwards and upwards: "Barnet were in a similar situation to ourselves last year so I think there's a mutual respect between the two teams in what we had to go through last season. We're looking forward to the game and hopefully we can go up there and get a good performance."
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