John Sheridan: Plymouth Argyle's next two games 'massive'

John Sheridan
John Sheridan's Plymouth have taken nine points from their last nine games

Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan says his side must win their next two games if they are to have a chance of making the League Two play-offs.

Monday's which followed a has seen them slip out of the top seven places with five games left.

They host struggling Mansfield and mid-table Wimbledon in their next fixtures.

"We've got two massive games now at home. I feel as though we've got to win both of the games," Sheridan said.

Argyle have won just two of their last nine games and are a point outside the play-off spots.

They are also level on points with Devon rivals Exeter City, who have won five of their eight matches since being beaten 3-1 by Argyle in February.

"We've just got to look after ourselves, and if we get maximum points from the next two games I'm sure we'll be back in the play-offs," Sheridan added to BBC Radio Devon.

"I'd like to think we're going to work very hard to try to win both games. They're massive games for us - really important games."