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Plymouth Argyle V. Burton Albion
7:01am 13th April 2013
Plymouth Argyle try to put some clear blue water between themselves and the drop zone.
The Pilgrims are three points above the relegation places, as they travel to high-flying Burton Albion on Saturday.
Coach Gary Owers reckons there are a lot of calculators out at Home Park.
He said: "Everyone's looking at points totals and eventualities and it's just strange that's no-one's come up with a number that would actually see us safe. I believe it's fifty-four or fifty-five, so at the minute that would have to be the target for everyone I think.
"It appears that we have, judging by the results, I think we have done well against the teams that are higher than us. Obivously, Burton will come into that catergory, so it's another opportunity for us to test ourselves."
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