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Sturrock looking to continue run

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Paul Sturrock has urged his Plymouth side to continue their fine form after their 2-1 win over Watford at Home Park.

On-loan Blackburn Paul Gallagher striker struck twice to take his recent run to four in three games to ease Argyle's relegation worries as the Pilgrims made it three matches unbeaten.

"It's been long overdue but I think we were worth it. I did not think we played as well in the second half but you have to give credit to Watford, they improved in the second half," said Sturrock.

"Now we have got a biggie at home to Reading on Saturday and they won and the teams down with us - like Southampton and Norwich - have won so there's still plenty to play for and I won't be happy until we are past the 50-point mark by some way."

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Norwich City
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Football
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