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Plymouth Boss Issues Rallying Call Ahead of Wimbledon

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:01am 6th October 2012

The Plymouth boss says his team know they have to compete for the right to play.

Argyle take on Wimbledon on Saturday having lost just once in seven games.

Carl Fletcher says now is the time to turn some draws into wins.

He believes that the confidence gained from the statistic will see them in good stead for the visit of the Dons.

With Rhys Griffiths and Nick Chadwick now both fully fit, Fletch only has Jamie Lowry left on the side lines.

He will also welcome back defender Durrell Berry, who missed the mid-week 1-1 draw at Wycombe’s Adams Park through suspension.

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