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FOOTBALL: Argyle vs Swindon Town
2:33pm 7th October 2014
Plymouth Argyle take on Swindon Town in the Johnston's Paint Trophy.
The Pilgrims are looking to hit a bit of winning form after a rollercoaster start to the season.
They beat Shrewsbury at the weekend.
But Gaffer John Sheridan says he is still looking to make a few changes: "It does give me an opportunity to put one or two in, which I will do, and I'm sure Swindon will do the same. But it's a game I want to win, I'm desperate to win it and get ourselves in the hat for the next game. It'll be a tough game, they're a really good team and they're playing really well at the moment."
He added he is in for the long haul: "It's a great day out and it's great for the supporters and when you get to that last bit of the competition and a chance of players playing at Wembley in the cup final, well not many players do that so I'm taking it very seriously and hopefully the players will too."
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