Skint vs Used to be skint

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Only one game this Tuesday and our game in hand on the top three in the division. Macclesfield's form is a bit iffy to say the least but Exeter apart, they dont concede many at home by the looks of things. Hoping we can nick this one and put ourselves into second place come 10pm tomorrow.
 

Crewelad87

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Hoping for hard working win for Macc here. Thus keeping us in the automatics and tiring them ahead of the silkmen playing us on Saturday.
 
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Us and Macc could work for each other in the coming weeks, Macc do us a turn on Tuesday, then roll over for us on Saturday on the proviso that we promise to beat Morecambe away a week on Saturday and Stevenage at home the week after that. C'mon Macc, you know it makes sense.
 

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Hate to say it, but Argyle just keep finding the wins, with the odd late goal here and there to help them. To quote Kevin Keegan, I would love it if the Maccs beat them
 

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I don’t care about the result but I’d like Plymouth to have four sent off and further four pick up short term knocks which keep them out from Saturday’s game.
 

Macc_92

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Are your fans boycotting still, so will your crowd be lower than normal? I am guessing we'll take in the 600 region.
A number of fans are boycotting so the attendances have been poor recently. Its not as if we ever had big attendances in the first place so the effect is noticeable!

600 fans for a 500 mile midweek round trip in L2 is top support!
 
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Really difficult place to go for a few reasons, Macclesfield defended like their lives depended on it and a point may end up being a decent result
 

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Pretty happy with another point on the road to be honest. Not an easy place to go.

Win the home match against Cambridge on Saturday and all is rosy.
 

Boletus Edulis

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Pretty happy with another point on the road to be honest. Not an easy place to go.

Win the home match against Cambridge on Saturday and all is rosy.
You are a it more confident than me. For a team aiming for automatics we are not purring on all cylinders. If we do in the run in then I will be confident, but if we continue as at present - good but the odd mistake - then I will be nervous.
 

ProfessorGreen

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You are a it more confident than me. For a team aiming for automatics we are not purring on all cylinders. If we do in the run in then I will be confident, but if we continue as at present - good but the odd mistake - then I will be nervous.
I take heart in the fact we haven't been playing particularly well recently and yet find ourselves 2 points off top spot, having come through a tough run of fixtures.

If we can get our home form to really click as (it's hardly been bad, but I mean consistently play like we know we can) then yes as the weather improves I'm confident.
 

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