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Argyle V. Torquay
10:53am 19th November 2011
Plymouth Argyle are doing the Derby.
They are away to Torquay.
3 players are suspended after last weekend's scrappy draw with Stourbridge, including skipper and manager Carl Fletcher.
He knows it will be fiery: "That's what you expect from a Derby so we'll be expecting nothing less than that. We're looking forward to it. It'll be a good day for everyone. From out point-of-view, it's pleasing because it's an away game which is close, which is nice. We're all excited for the challenge".
New striker Craig Sutherland is set to start, with Conor Hourihane and Robbie Williams also on one-match bans.
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