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7:01am 26th April 2014

Plymouth take on Hartlepool at Home Park on Saturday.

Argyle have slipped to ninth in League Two.

The away team are currently seventeenth.

Plymouth are hoping for a win in the last home game of the season, after losing three in a row.

Boss John Sheridan is not happy with how it has turned out.

He tells us they are looking ahead, he said: "We've had lots of positives from the season, but it's ended on a downer because we haven't got where I wanted us to be and where I thought we would be. You get lots of people saying this, that and the other, that you're not doing your job properly, you're not doing this, you're not doing that, but I've got to think about what has gone wrong and I've got to prepare us for the following season.

"It's important that we win the last home game of the season for the fans who have supported us all season, it's ended up on a real downer because we've shown real glimpses of being up there in a chance of the play offs, it's not ended up the way I'd like it but we've got to look now and concentrate on the next few games and then next season and prepare us for an even better attempt of getting out the division."

7:01am 26th April 2014

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