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Argyle vs Southend

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Published at 2:34pm 19th March 2013. (Updated at 5:12am 20th March 2013)

The Plymouth Argyle boss tells his players they need to start thinking like winners.

The Pilgrims take on Southend on Tuesday night in their battle to escape relegation.

Gaffer John Sheridan says avoiding the drop is all that matters now:

"I'll be on their side when I have to and if I have to be on their case there's no problem, I'll do that too. They should know the importance of staying in this league. I've told them. They don't want to be conference players; I don't want Plymouth going into the conference I want to keep them in this division. That's my only aim at the moment and that's what I'm concentrating on.

"Every game is tough. It's a very evenly balanced league and any team can beat anyone at the end of the day. In my eyes playing one at the bottom can be just as tough as playing one at the top so I do believe that we can go to any team and get something from the game. So, I respect all teams and it will be a tough game."

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