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Plymouth Argyle Prepare to Face Fleetwood
7:01am 17th November 2012
Plymouth Argyle go in search of their first win in six games on Saturday afternoon.
It is the Pilgrims' first ever trip to Fleetwood Town's Highbury Stadium, following the Trawlermen’s promotion from the Blue square Conference last season.
Fleetwood have had a successful start to life in the Football League and are currently in sixth place with 28 points from 17 games.
Having signed a number of high-profile players with experience of a higher level, Micky Mellon’s side will be tough to beat.
One such player is former Argyle midfielder Damien Johnson, who signed for the north-west coast side in the summer.
Argyle boss Carl Fletcher is still without Paul Wotton and Robbie Williams but has not fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of the match.
You can hear his thoughts here...
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