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Plymouth Argyle v. Rochdale

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7:02am 20th October 2012

Plymouth Argyle hope to boost their home form against Rochdale o Saturday.

The Pilgrims hammered Barnet 4-1 last week.

Midfielder Luke Young had a belting free-kick and tells fans there is more where that came from.

He said: "It's just a case of working together as we do, and putting in a good performance and helping each other through thick and thin and when things are goig well, we're on the up.

"I know Rochdale are going to come down here, I know they had a bad result at the weekend at home, but they're going to want to try and put it right and coming down here, they're going to think, nice stand, nice pitch, why not go and have a crack at them? But I think we'll be up for the test and I'm pretty confident we'll get a result."

7:02am 20th October 2012

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