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Argyle will be keeping their fingers crossed Crewe win Saturday's League Two play-off final to keep the miles down next season when the team hits the road.
The fact Torquay missed out on promotion, losing to Crewe's opponents - Glocestershire-based Cheletenham Town - in the play-off semi-final and Exeter were relegated from League One will ensure a local feel to the division next season.
But that has been offset by the promotion of Fleetwood and York from the Conference, both substantial away trips to say the least.
Argyle coach Kevin Nancekivell is unfazed and is particularly looking forward to next season's derbies.
"All three of us are used to being on the road, so it will be a nice break to have two away games which are only 45 minutes away" he told thisisdevon.co.uk.
"It creates a lot of local interest and guarantees big gates, hopefully over Bank Holiday periods.
"We played Torquay at Home Park on January 2 this year and there were nearly 13,000 people there that day."
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