OPPOSITION VIEW: Plymouth captain giving nothing away to Stags

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Plymouth skipper Curtis Nelson does not want his side to give Mansfield any ideas as to how they may set up on Saturday.

Plymouth have won three on the road so far this term and will be aiming for another three-point haul when they head to face Adam Murray’s side.

Ahead of the clash at the One Call Stadium, Nelson was keeping quiet on the reason behind Plymouth’s success on the road.

He said: “If I told you that then Mansfield might counteract it. They might come up with a plan.

“It’s a different season, a different team, a different manager and a different set-up.

“I don’t think there is any one thing that we do away that we don’t do at home. We are just picking up results.

“It’s a game of football at the end of the day, played over 90 minutes.

“Sometimes you have got the home fans – we had 10,000 (against Bristol Rovers) here last Saturday.

“But it’s not about where we do it or how we do it, it’s the result that matters.

“Confidence is a factor, but it’s important not to be over-confident.

“We are going to go there and try to pick up three points.”