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Argyle V. Bradford
3:47pm 12th March 2013
The Plymouth gaffer says he wants at least four points from the next two home matches, starting with Bradford on Tuesday night.
Argyle are two points from safety after defeat to Gillingham at the weekend.
John Sheridan says the Pilgrims have to start winning games: "I just want to go out there and give it a go. We were right at it from the first whistle against Barnet and that's what we've got to do again and if we do it, we'll have a chance. It doesn't matter who you're playing, that performance will usually win you a game but we've got to do it again."
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