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Crunch time for Plymouth Argyle

Crunch time for Plymouth Argyle Credit: PA: Andrew Matthews

Plymouth Argyle are preparing to travel to Shrewsbury tomorrow, hopeful that the Shrews won't dent their promotion dream.

Fans have been chanting "The Greens are going up" pretty much all season - but now Plymouth Argyle are within touching distance of doing just that.

They're gearing up for a tough battle with second in the table Shrewsbury tomorrow though before thoughts of the play-offs are allowed to take over.

John Sheridan says the players are treating this game as a playoff match.

'It's too early to think about promotion' Plymouth Argyle manager ahead of tomorrow's game

John Sheridan looks ahead to tomorrow's game against Cambridge United

Plymouth Argyle will be looking for their third successive victory tomorrow.

The Pilgrims are at home to Cambridge United.

Argyle have moved back into the League two Play off positions but their manager John Sheridan says it's far too early to start talking about promotion.

I just concentrate on trying to do well be successful here. I want to win every game, that's the way I am.

Hopefully we can carry on winning because if we win games we'll be where we want to be at the end of the season so whether you think I'm dour or not I won't get carried away whether we win or lose. I try and stay positive and believe in what I'm doing.

– John Sheridan, Manager

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Plymouth Argyle move into the League Two play-off positions

Tonight's results.

Plymouth Argyle have moved into the League Two play-off places after their second successive win. The Pilgrims won 2-0 at Wycombe thanks to first-half goals from Lewis Alessandra and Peter Hartley.

Exeter City battled back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Cambridge at St James Park. Tom Nichols and David Wheeler on-target for the Grecians.

And in League One, Terry Skiverton has suffered his first defeat as Yeovil manager. The Glovers lost 1-0 at fellow strugglers Crewe.

Argyle apologises after early morning alarm

The alarm at Home Park went off early this morning, waking people living near the ground Credit: ITV News West Country

Plymouth Argyle have apologised to residents living near Home Park after the stadium's alarm went off early this morning.

The system - which was being tested ahead of the new season - malfunctioned and woke up several people living in the Milehouse area.

The club says engineers are trying to fix the problem to stop it happening again.

Plymouth Argyle will wear a poppy next season

Argyle will wear a poppy on their shirts next season Credit: Royal British Legion

Plymouth Argyle will be wearing the Royal British Legion's poppy logo on their shirts next season after agreeing a partnership with the charity.

The Argyle Fans Trust are making a sponsorship donation to Argyle on behalf of the RBL to acknowledge the work the organisation carries out for the men and women of the Armed Services.

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Reuben Reid signs two year deal with Argyle

Reuben Reid signs two year deal with Plymouth Argyle Credit: Joe Giddens/EMPICS Sport

Striker Reuben Reid has signed a new contract with the club which will keep him at Home Park for the next two seasons.

Voted Player of the Year by supporters last season when he was on a season long loan from Yeovil, Reid has rejected offers to go elsewhere in favour of continuing with Argyle. He will be 26 next month.

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