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Plymouth Travel to Accrington
7:02am 22nd December 2012
It is the first of four games in ten days for Plymouth Argyle.
They take on Accrington and the Pilgrims boss is hoping they can get on a roll.
Playing them for just the fifth time in their history, Fletcher’s men return to the place where last year, they won 4-0.
Two goals from Alex MacDonald, added to by Darren Purse and Luke Daley sealed the win back in February to help lift the Pilgrims away from the League 2 drop zone.
Now, on the back of a three match unbeaten run, Argyle must do similar against a side dumped out of the FA Cup by Oxford on Tuesday night.
Midfielder Mark Molesley, who has recent extended his stay at Home Park, is a doubt for the match whilst Maxime Blanchard is suspended and Paul Wotton remains on the sidelines.
You can hear Carl Fletcher's thoughts here...
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