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Argyle vs Barnet
7:00am 2nd March 2013
It is a crunch clash for Argyle on Saturday.
Bottom of the table Plymouth are at home to second from bottom Barnet.
The Pilgrims can escape the drop zone if they win and other results go their way.
Gaffer John Sheridan says it is simple: "We need to get right at them from the first whistle, get the crowd behind us and get on the front foot early on in the game and put them under pressure. If we do that we'll have the chance of getting something from the game.
"Away from home we've done really well. We've been in the game throughout and performance wise the lads have believed in themselves. So we've got to take that into home. There's nothing wrong in their work rate, their endeavour and their will to win but I think it's just having that bit of courage, when you're at home especially."
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