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Big Up For Exeter

22 March 2014

ARGYLE'S biggest game of the season will be played in front of Home Park's biggest crowd of the season.

Advance ticket sales for Tuesday's Devon Expressway Derby against Exeter City have already surpassed 10,000.

With four days still to go before the eagerly-anticipated encounter, the gate of 10,126 that saw the 2-0 home win over Torquay United is set to be dwarfed.

The Green Army seem to be heeding Pilgrims' manager John Sheridan's call to get right behind his team as they push to finish their Sky Bet League 2 season in the play-off places.

"Exeter is the biggest game of the season," said John this week. "So I want everyone to come and support us and get behind the team." 

As a result of the expected pressure on turnstiles, Argyle are opening up earlier on Tuesday, at 6.15pm instead of 6.30pm, and encouraging the Green Army to give themselves plenty of time to get to Home Park and to arrive earlier than they normally would.

Those with a ticket for blocks 6-12 of the Lyndhurst stand are asked to enter through gates 9-14. If you are in blocks 13-16, please come into the ground via turnstiles 15-19.

Supporters who have yet to buy a ticket for the game are also urged not to leave it to the last minute.

To help cope with demand, the Argyle Ticket Office at Home Park will remain open until 7pm on the eve of the game.

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