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Plymouth Secure Crucial Win

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9:36am 17th April 2013

Plymouth Argyle have secured a crucial victory.

Despite an own goal, the Pilgrims beat Chesterfield 2-1 on Tuesday night.

It puts them four points clear of the drop zone, but their safety in the league still is not secure.

Goal scorer Curtis Nelson said: "I think we defended well for most of the game really. Obviously that goal, it's just one of those things that happens in football but other than that I think the hard work of everyone on the team, everyone who came on as well, just did their part for the team."

9:36am 17th April 2013

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