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After showing everyone we can't live with the top clubs in this division, we have now shown ourselves more than capable against the bottom sides. Back to back wins has given everyone a bit more optimism but I suspect that will come back down with an almighty bump on Tuesday.

Dagenham lacked the very thing our back four were likely to struggle against - Pace. I really fear for us in this one, our away record is shocking, conceding 11 goals in 4 games so avoiding defeat would be an excellent result.
 

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Can only see a Plymouth win, especially knowing Bira Dembele wont be playing. Centre half pairing of Nelson and N'Gala away from home against a side like Plymouth scares me to death.

Plymouth 3-1 Barnet
 

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So, who'd have thought that MA would've been bluffing...

Starting XI - Crocombe; Yiadom, N'Gala, Nelson, Johnson; Togwell, Weston; McLean, Gash, Gambin; Akinde.

Pretty sure we will line up in a 4-2-3-1 away from home, or possibly 4-5-1 with Gash being the most attacking of a central midfield three.
 

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Surprise, surprise. Starting with three strikers
 

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So we go 2-1 down and bring on a backup DM for a striker.

MA's substitutions get worse by the game.
 

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Didn't expect to win. Wasn't there but alas.
 

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We were pretty poor tonight, but winning while playing poorly, a sign of a good team.

Barnet deserved a point but I feel like they paid the price for not trying to build on their lead, and instead choosing to time waste.

Spooky fact, this is the first time we've come from behind to win a league match in 931 days, and who was that against? Barnet at home, and what was the score? 2 1.

2nd after 10 games, great start.
 

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Highlights show Gambin clearly caught from behind in the box and I'm not sure how so many of our chances hit the woodwork. Having watched the extended highlights I would've been disappointed with a draw if that is a genuine reflection of the game.
 

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I thought it was a foul at the time but Gambin's best Tom Daley impression didn't really help his cause.
 

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