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Plymouth V. Wycombe Wanderers
7:02am 14th September 2013
Plymouth Argyle are looking for back-to-back home wins as they welcome Wycombe on Saturday.
Boss John Sheridan reckons the team can still push for promotion if they turn Home Park into a fortress.
But he admits Wanderers are a tough lot: "Obviously we're at home and it's important that we try and get maximum points from the game. It'll be a tough game because we've had them watched, they're a decent team and they've had some good results of late so we respect that but like I always say, we're the home team so we've got to make sure we try and take the game to Wycombe."
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