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Argyle Bullied By Win

Plymouth boss Tony Pulis sees no reason to change a winning team, and is likely to stick with the line-up that beat play-off hopefuls Wolves 2-0 at Home Park.

Right-back Paul Connolly overcame a head injury to figure from the start despite missing the closing stages of the 0-0 draw at Preston.

Argyle's squad is boosted by the return of on-loan Wolves striker Leon Clarke, who sat out last week's game against his parent club but figured in the draw at North End.





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Date:Friday April 7 2006

Time: 3:47PM

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DO you believe you can still go up automatically? or is the play off your best bet?
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9 pts behind 4 games left play offs at best but on your worst form of the season at the worst time look out for preston
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