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📝 Big Match Preview: City vs Stevenage

All you need to know ahead of Tuesday night's match

2 October 2018

Third take on fourth at St James Park on Tuesday night as the Grecians welcome Stevenage to St James Park for a 7:45pm kick-off.

City will be looking to continue their good form, which sees them unbeaten in five in all competitions, with four wins and one draw, against a Stevenage side that are also in form having picked up 10 points from their last four matches. 

City suffered heartbreak in the seventh minute of injury time on Saturday as Port Vale headed home from a corner to secure a 1-1 draw. Speaking after the match, City-manager Matt Taylor was keen to take the positives from the performance at Vale Park ahead of Tuesday night. 

"My job is very much to pick them up and go again ahead of Tuesday," he said. "We always learn from our mistakes. We are still a young team and they will learn how to manage the game a bit better than that in the future. 

"We will be better for it and that is not a bad complaint."

Nicky Law celebrates opening the scoring against Port Vale


The sides last met in April this year as City fell to a 3-1 defeat away from home against Stevenage in Sky Bet League Two.

In a match where the Grecians created a host of chances, it was the hosts who were the more clinical as Alex Revell claimed a hat-trick at the Lamex Stadium.

Pierce Sweeney did pull one back for City from the penalty spot but it wasn't to be as City will now have to settle for a play-off spot as they continued to search for promotion which would ultimately end in the play-offs.


By booking tickets in advance you can save money and time queuing on match day.

There are around 100 tickets left in the IP Office Stand for the match, and still plenty of room on the Big Bank to cheer on the Grecians. Tickets can be purchased in one of three ways.

You can purchase tickets online, or you can also call the club during the normal office hours on 01392 411 243 (option 3) or visit the club shop and reception in person between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.


We would like to welcome Ashfords as Tuesday's match sponsors, you can find out all you need to know about them by clicking here.


The latest installment of The Grecian features an in-depth feature on the Exeter City ladies team and their start to the season.

Find out about Man v Fat and the work that CITY Community Trust have been carrying out lately. The Grecian is available from around the ground for just £3.


The Junior Grecians family zone will be open to its members from 5.45pm and then to the general public, including away fans, from 6.45pm. The zone has video consoles, large TV screens, a refreshments stall and table football.


You can read their profiles in the match day programme. If you would like to be a matchday mascot this season, then contact our operations manager Andy Gillard via email at


The club shop will be open from 9am to give you the opportunity to make some purchases ahead of the match and will close at 10:30pm.

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Match Reports

📝 City 1 Stevenage 0

The Grecians take all three points at St James Park

2 October 2018

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Dean Moxey’s strike deep into first-half injury time proved the difference in a win for Exeter City as they overcame Stevenage at St James Park.

The Grecians put in a dominant display in the first half, and they scored the all-important goal when Moxey was in the right place at the right time to fire home in a crowded penalty area.

City then defended well for the rest of the match, as they kept a clean sheet to continue their good run of form.

City manager Matt Taylor made two changes from the side that drew 1-1 at Port Vale on Saturday, with Lee Martin and Jordan Tillson dropping out for Lee Holmes and Jonathan Forte.

The Grecians were lightening quick from the off and were unfortunate not to take the lead within the opening minute, as pressure from Forte created an improvised shooting opportunity for Jayden Stockley, but his powerfully hit effort hit the visiting goalkeeper Seny Dieng - and the upright - before rebounding away from the Stevenage goal with only 40 seconds on the clock.

City dominated possession in the opening exchanges, and Dieng was again called into action after 8 minutes as a superb pass from Stockley found Nicky Law wide on the left-hand flank; his cross was met by Forte, but the looping header was held easily by the Swiss shot-stopper.

Play was brought to a halt after the quarter of an hour mark as the medical team at St James Park were required to treat a supporter who had been taken ill. Of course, Exeter City's best wishes go out to those involved in the incident.

Stevenage made the first half a scrappy one, persisting with fouls in the City build-up, but one of the home side’s best chances of the opening 45 came as a result of a good passing move that eventually fell to Hiram Boateng on the edge of the box. His shot hit Stockley, however, and was then cleared.

The Grecians’ target-man was then unlucky not to score himself, as he received the ball on the inside right channel a few moments later, but he blasted the shot over the bar after making a good shooting opportunity for himself.

Law was the next man to chance his luck for the Grecians; a delightful in-swinging cross from Lee Holmes was met by the winger’s head, but the effort landed on top of the Stevenage goal after 37 minutes.

The Grecians were not to be denied, though, and took the lead deep into first-half injury time as they were presented with a flurry of chances following an error by Dieng in the Stevenage goal. His fumble gave Forte a chance that was scrambled away, but only as far as Jayden Stockley, though the striker – normally so reliable from close range – saw his effort hit the bar. City were not to be denied and the rebound fell very kindly for Moxey, who smashed home with his left-foot in what proved to be the last action of the half.

City could have been two goals up within 10 minutes of the restart, as ingenious link-up play between Boateng and Law resulted in a cut-back from the latter to the former, but Boateng’s effort curled wide from close range.

Law was involved again a couple of minutes later, combining with Forte, whose intricate through ball set the winger through, but his left-footed effort under pressure rolled agonisingly wide of the Stevenage goal on the hour mark.

The visitors responded to the pressure by opening up the game and launching attacks of their own; Luther Wildin gained some joy down the Stevenage right-hand side, bombing on from right-back, and on 65 minutes his cutback presented Ben Kennedy with a shooting chance from the edge of the box. But the effort was severely mishit and flew well wide of Christy Pym’s goal.

Exeter threatened to double their lead with less than 15 minutes to go as substitute Lee Martin was released down the Exeter right-wing, and it was met strongly by Stockley who was denied by a superb save by Dieng. The loose ball then fell for Chiedozie Ogbene, but an array of bodies between him and the Stevenage goal somehow kept the ball out.

Stevenage nearly made the Grecians pay dearly straight after – a clever lofted through ball wasn’t dealt with by Luke Croll, and Alex Revell pounced, though pressure from the onrushing Pym and the recovering Aaron Martin did just about enough to deny the Stevenage man a clear sight of goal.

The closing period was typically open, with midfields often bypassed in favour of more direct attacking options, though City’s task got that much easier after the visitors were reduced to ten men. On the counter, substitute Ogbene drew another foul from Stevenage defender Wildin, and it was an easy decision for the referee to give the right-back his marching orders, with the player having already been booked.

City saw out the remainder of the game without conceding any more chances; the high-line employed by Matt Taylor proved dividends even late in the game as aggressive defending prevented the visitors from creating any significant chances.

Exeter City: Christy Pym; Pierce Sweeney, Aaron Martin, Luke Croll, Dean Moxey; Lee Holmes (Lee Martin 66), Jake Taylor ©, Hiram Boateng, Nicky Law; Jonathan Forte (Ogbene 74), Jayden Stockley.

Subs not used: Hamon, O’Shea, Tillson, Jay, Abrahams.

Stevenage: Seny Dieng; Luther Wildin, Michael Timlin (Ball 88), Scott Cuthbert, Joel Byrom, Alex Revell ©, Ben Kennedy, Steve Seddon, James Ferry (Sonupe 68), Danny Newton (Guthrie 80), Ben Nugent.

Subs not used: Will Appleyard, John Hunt, Alex Reid, Luke Wilkinson.

Sent-off: Wildin (83).

Attendance: 3,671 (56 away)

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