Plymouth Argyle v. Burton Albion
2:17pm 7th November 2012
Plymouth are hoping to return to winning ways.
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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