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📝 Match preview: Notts County v City

Details ahead of Saturday's match with Notts County

22 March 2019

Exeter City will be looking for back-to-back victories to Meadow Lane on Saturday in Sky Beat League Two.

The Grecians moved back into the play-off places on Saturday with a 3-0 win over Colchester United and face a Notts County side battling for survival at the wrong end of the table.

However, manager Matt Taylor is expecting a tough game as Notts County having only been beaten once by a side in the top half of the table at home this season. 

“We expect it to be a tough test but all our concentration has to be on ourselves we know that if we put in a performance that we are capable of then we are a stern test for any opposition,” said Matt.

“We go to a good stadium and hopefully a good pitch, followed by good backing, which we usually have away from home, and it is a game we can look forward to.” 


Exeter City recorded a 5-1 victory over Notts County when the sides met at St James Park in September. 

Pierce Sweeney headed City in front before Jayden Stockley turned home a low cross from Hiram Boateng. Enzio Boldweijn pulled a goal back before second-half goals from Sweeney, Stockley and Aaron Martin wrapped up the win.


The supporters' coach will depart from outside Unit 1 nightclub at 7.45am on Saturday, March 23, for a fare of £30. 

Pick-up Points include: Unit 1 nightclub (Summerland Street), Honiton Road Park & Ride (by Miller and Carter steakhouse), Cullompton Services (junction 28), Tiverton (junction 27), Taunton (junction 25), any other pick-ups en-route by prior arrangement. 

The easiest way to buy is online, or on your mobile using the clubs ticketing system.

For more information or to book please contact Chris Woolcott on 01392 250250 or John Bishop on 07904036334 or by email at: (after 6pm).

Alternatively, drop into reception at St James Park to book.

To get to Meadow Lane from Exeter, head north on the M5 before you reach the M42. Continue along that road before merging onto the A42. After a short period, you will come to a roundabout where you need to take the third exit onto the A453 which will take you in towards Nottingham. 

You then need to merge off to the left to follow the B679 and follow that for a short period before joining the A60. A right over the bridge on the A6011 will take you to the stadium. Matchday parking is available for a small fee at three locations within close proximity to Meadow Lane. Roads in the immediate vicinity of the stadium are subject to parking prohibitions on match days but some street parking is available for those arriving early. The Old Cattle Market directly behind the away turnstiles is a convenient place to park.


To get you into Nottingham in good time you can take the 07:23 train from Exeter St David’s which gets you into Nottingham for 12:28. With one change at Birmingham New Street you’ll arrive in good time for the match to get something to eat or drink and the station is half a mile walk to the ground, just over the river. 

A slightly later train at 7.56am gets you to Nottingham for 12.52pm but you’re required to change at London Paddington and take the London Underground service to London St Pancras before completing the journey to Nottingham. The 8:23am train from Exeter St David’s with a change at Birmingham New Street, gets you to Nottingham for 1.28pm. The 5.41pm train from Nottingham, again with a change in Birmingham, will get you back to Exeter for 10.44pm.


The Meadow Lane Sports Bar is exclusive to Notts County fans on match days, therefore away supporters have a number of drinking options near to the stadium, including the Trent Bridge Inn, Southbank and Riverbank. There is also food and drink available in the stadium.


Tickets are available for the match but can be only pruchased until 2pm at the club shop today (Friday). They can also be purchased on the day of the match for the match, but there is a £2 increase on the following advance discount prices: 

  • Adults: £10
  • Concessions (18-25/65+): £10
  • Under-18s and under-16s: £5
  • Under-12s: £1, when sold with accompanying adult or senior
  • Under-7s: FOC, with accompanying adult/senior 

Advanced discounts: Yes, all prices go up by £2 on the day, except under-12 and under-7 prices

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Match Reports

📝 Notts County 0 City 1

Nicky Law's stoppage time goal gives 10 man City all three points.

23 March 2019

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Nicky Law's stoppage time goal gave Exeter City all three points against Notts County in Sky Bet League Two.

City, who had Ryan Bowman sent off on 23 minutes, had to defend for much of the game but in the 93rd minute Donovan Wilson crossed for Law to head home from close range to get his ninth goal of the season.

Manager Matt Taylor made just one change to the side that beat Colchester United 3-0 last time out as Troy Brown replaced Dara O’Shea, who was away on international duty with the Republic of Ireland’s under-21s.

Kane Hemmings had the game’s first opportunity inside two minutes when the home side pounced on a defensive error to get in down the right. The County forward attempted to cross low but for a smart stop by the legs of City keeper, Christy Pym.

For much of the opening 20 minutes the Grecians struggled to impose themselves on the game as Bowman and Dean Moxey picked up early yellow cards whilst County had more of the possession.

It then got worse on 23 minutes when Bowman was sent off for a late challenge as he attempted to win the ball from Michael Doyle but fouled the County man and the referee gave a second yellow card.

The Grecians then managed to see a bit more of the ball, despite their numerical disadvantage, but were unable to create any clear-cut chances for much of the half.

Enzio Boldewijn then had a chance on 38 minutes when he cut inside from the right before he saw his left footed effort deflected into the arms of Pym.

City’s best chance of the half came when they worked the ball excellently through Kane Wilson, Law and Matt Jay in the County box, but despite being in a good position, they were unable to work enough space to get a shot away as the ball was stabbed away from Jay as the home side cleared.

Jim O’Brien had the first attempt of the second half when he turned and shot on the edge of the box, but once again, the attempted failed to test Pym as he collected comfortably.

But Pym then had to be at his best when the ball fell to Matt Tootle at the far post before he fired an effort powerfully at goal, but for the City keeper, who turned the ball behind with a strong save.

The Grecians struggled to create in the second period with the Magpies dominating the ball for much of the half with one chance of note from Jay’s speculative volley which evaded Ryan Schofield’s goal.

With the game seeming to be heading for a goalless draw into stoppage time, the Grecians then won it with a rare second half attack when Donovan Wilson's brilliant work on the right saw him lift a cross towards Law, who headed home to send the travelling City fans wild.

Notts County: Schofield, Tootle, Duffy, Boldewijn, Hemmings, Stubbs, O’Brien, Milsom, Rose (Stead, 45), Mackail-Smith (Gomis, 83), Doyle
Subs not used: Fitzsimons, Barclay, Alessandra, Vaughan, Dunn
Booked: Milsom

Exeter City: Pym, Woodman, Law, Holmes (Sweeney, 30), Bowman, Jay, K. Wilson, Moxey, Taylor, Brown, Boateng (D. Wilson, 64)
Subs not used: Hamon, A. Martin, L. Martin, Williams, Collins
Booked: Bowman, Moxey
Sent off: Ryan Bowman

Attendance: 9,505 (In, 665, away)

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Ticket News

🎟 AWAY TICKETS: £10 or less for Notts County away (23/03/19)

Get your tickets for our trop to Meadow Lane - reduced prices on offer for Notts County's 'Community Day'

18 March 2019

Tickets are now on sale for our trip to Notts County on Saturday, March 23, with the Meadow Lane club offering reduced prices because it is there designated 'Community Day' game.

To buy tickets online please click here

You can also call the club during the normal office hours on 01392 411243 or visit the club shop & reception in person between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

Ticket prices are as follows.

  • Adults: £10
  • Concessions (18-25//65+): £10
  • Under-18s and under-16s: £5
  • Under-12s: £1, when sold with accompanying adult or senior
  • Under-7s: FOC, with accompanying adult/senior 

Advanced discounts: Yes, all prices go up by £2 on the day, except under-12 and under-7 prices

Ambulant: Pay age related price and carer free

Wheelchair: Pay age related price and carer free

Grecian Travel: Grecian Travel is available for the fixture. It will depart at 7.45am with a £30 fare. Please click here to find out more.

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