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7:02am 16th March 2013

The Plymouth Argyle manager has described their clash against Fleetwood Town as the biggest game of his career.

The Pilgrims welcome The Cod Army to Home Park on Saturday afternoon, after drawing 0 - 0 against Bradford last weekend.

That result has left Plymouth in the League Two relegation zone, joint bottom of the table.

Gaffer John Sheridan has called it a must-win match.

He said: "They're all big games, but obviously with us being at home, I think it's vital that we try and get the three points and hopfully it will give us a boost. I think performance wise, you know, even Bradford, we stayed with Bradford all the way, who I think are one of the best teams in the division. So with a similar performance, hopefully we'll get a better result.

"Obviously with the fixtures that are going on around us, I think this is a must win, in my eyes anyway, at home. We're playing okay, getting points and drawing games, but at the end of the day we've got to score goals to win football matches. Hopefully whoever plays will start scoring."

7:02am 16th March 2013

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