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Plymouth Argyle captain Kate Hine says that this Sunday's F.A.Women's Cup sponsored by E.ON Third Round tie away to Derby County will be a good test of their Premier League credentials, if they can win promotion this season.
Argyle are riding high at the top of the South West Combination and Kate says that they will be daunted by the Rams. "We know they [Derby] are a Northern Premier side so hopefully it will give us some idea of what the Premier League is all about, if we get there," she says. "It's going to be a tough game though against quality opponents."
Plymouth were actually beaten in the last round by Newquay but had a reprieve after the Cornish side had fielded an ineligible player. "Plymouth and Newquay are bitter local rivals and I don't think it went down very well with them," she admits. "But we have got back into that round and the extra funding is also a bonus. It's unexpected but we'll give them a good fight and a good game.
"We're going in as underdogs and in the Cup that always helps you out a little bit. We're not expected to get anything out of the game so we'll go in relaxed and see what we get.
Plymouth striker Tash Knapman added: "It's going to be a big step up to play against them and it will be a hard game but we'll be ready and will go for it with all guns blazing."
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