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Preview: Exeter City

13 November 2015

A look ahead to Saturday's game against the Grecians

After a couple of cup games, the Reds focus on league matters again with an away trip to St James Park in the 3pm kick off against Exeter City on Saturday.


 Kevin JohnsonReferee:

Assistants: Tim Wood and Andrew Quin

Fourth Official: Lee Swabey

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Lanre Oyebanjo (knee) and Joe McNerney (knee) are missing for the Reds. Those that haven't played recently got minutes in the Parafix Sussex Senior Challenge Cup against Hastings United on Tuesday, with the majority playing the full 90 minutes plus extra time.

Exeter City's Matt Oakley is set to miss out after undergoing surgery on his knee. Craig Woodman and Will Hoskins are also set to miss out through injury.

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The Reds come into the game having been knocked out of the FA Cup and Parafix Sussex Senior Challenge Cup in the last two games, but have fared better in the league having won four of their last five league games, the most recent of those being a 1-0 victory over York City thanks to a penalty from Simon Walton.

Exeter City currently sit 14th in the table and have only won one of their last seven league games. Their last outing saw Barnet ran out 2-0 winners at The Hive Stadium.


: "We're not far behind them, it's only a point between ourselves and Exeter. We've had a few cup games that didn't go well, so it's down to us to get it right again and switch back to getting three points and keeping our good run going in the league."  Mark Yates


The Reds have never met Exeter City in the Football League, however, they have met in the Conference and three times in the FA Cup. Current assistant manager Jimmy Dack played in the first round meeting in 1994 when the home side won 1-0 at St James Park.

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