Plymouth Argyle v. Burton Albion
Posted 2:17pm 7th November 2012.
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Argyle are hosting Burton Albion on Wednesday, after losing their last three matches.
The Pilgrims are returning to League Two action after losing 1-0 to part-timers Dorchester Town in the first round of the FA Cup on Sunday.
Manager Carl Fletcher is hungry for points. He said: "They've (Burton) got some good players and some players who like to get on the football, so yeah hopefully, we're looking for a good game of football. If we do the right things and play to the best of our ability, we'll be able to hopefully get a good result.
Fletcher admitted the side's away form had been lacking lately. He said: "Yeah, I mean we've had three away games and all lost them by a single goal, so that's disappointing, but sometimes that's football. Hopefully we can spin it round here, you know have a good game, the lads can go out there and express themselves and show what good players they are."
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