Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan expects relegation battle to go 'right to the wire'
MANAGER John Sheridan expects a tense finale to the season as Plymouth Argyle fight against relegation.
The Pilgrims are unbeaten in four games and will take on Oxford United at Home Park on Saturday (3pm).
Argyle are in 20th position in the League Two table, only two points clear of the relegation zone, so there is a lot at stake for them.
Sheridan said: "I think it's going to go right to the wire. I really do. Teams are going to get drawn into it, hopefully.
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"We are going to lose some games, but we are going alright at the moment.
"We have just got to keep picking points up from games and then everything will take care of itself.
"I have got a points tally in my head which I think will see us safe.
"I have also got a points tally which I would like to get from each month.
"I'm not going to say what they are. It might be the kiss of death."
Sheridan confirmed goalkeeper Rene Gilmartin (hamstring) and defender Curtis Nelson (groin) are still ruled out by their injuries.