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Argyle V. Bradford
3:54pm 20th November 2012
Under pressure Plymouth boss Carl Fletcher is hoping for his first win in seven games on Tuesday night.
Argyle are away to Bradford but they are without injured defender Robbie Williams.
He tells us the bad run can mean one of two things: "Because we got beaten on Saturday, a couple of the lads were getting ratty and having a little pop at each other. I've played with teams where team spirit gets you a long way so they've got to just pull together. They've just got to go there and be men and stand up and get a result.
"They're a big club the same as Plymouth. They're a big club in league two. They are doing more at the minute but there's no reason why we can't go there to get the right result. We'll stay positive and hopefully we can nick something and then we've got a home game on Saturday."
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