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Argyle Vs Oxford
7:01am 16th February 2013
Plymouth Argyle are back at home and hungry for points.
Argyle are hosting Oxford after an unbeaten run of four games.
They are hovering two points above the relegation zone.
But manager John Sheridan is feeling positive:
"We've got good players in the team. On their day they're probably in the top six for me anyway. They've got strengths going forward but we've got to concentrate on what we're going to do and just have that belief and we're unbeaten in four so hopefully we can continue that.
"The most important thing is picking up points. I'd like our performances to be a lot better, I think we're improving game by game, the lads are getting a bit of belief in the game but it's going to be difficult. There's still new lads coming in, we know we've got to pick up points from each game we play to get us out of where we are."
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