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Plymouth Argyle V. Accrington
7:01am 26th January 2013
Plymouth Argyle are facing Accrington later, knowing they're only clear of the relegation zone on goal difference.
The Pilgrims have had two weeks off after their last game against Southend was postponed.
Now they welcome Accrington to Home Park for the crucial clash.
Manager John Sheridan says the new players have had time to bed in: "We're looking forward to the game against Accrington, it's going to be a tough game. They're in a similar position to ourselves, and you know, they need the points, so it's important that we take the game to them. We're at home and they expect us to have a real go, and if we do that we'll have a real chance.
"Any team in this league can beat anyone, and Accrington are one of those teams. If you let them play, they've got some good footballers, so we've got to be prepared and ready for that. If we can be positive and get at them early in the game, cause them one or two problems, hopefully we'll get the right outcome."
The club announced another new signing on Friday morning.
The 24-year-old Yeovil Town striker has joined Plymouth Argyle on loan. The former Pilgrims player will remain at Home Park up to, and including, the side's visit to AFC Wimbledon on February 26.
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