Exeter City will look to continue their unbeaten start to their League Two season as they make the trip to Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night in a 7.45pm kick-off.
The Grecians have picked up two wins so far and go into the match at Boundary Park following a 1-1 draw with Swindon Town.
Manager Matt Taylor believes he could make changes to the side that started the match with Swindon with players waiting to come in and impress.
He explained: “I’ve got to assess it on Monday and Tuesday with Tom’s (Parkes) suspension and Randell (Williams) looks like he may be a bit of a doubt.
“We’ll see, it’s the reason why we’ve got a squad. MJ (Matt Jay) was ready when he came on, we’ve got Jack Sparkes waiting in the wings, and Ben Seymour. We’ve got lots of personnel waiting and ready to go.”
LAST TIME WE MET
The sides last met towards the end of the 2018/19 season at St James Park as both teams looked towards a play-off push.
In a narrow affair, it was City who picked up all three points through Ryan Bowman. A quick free-kick saw Lee Martin beat his man before crossing for Randell Williams to have his header saved, before Bowman headed home the rebound from close range.
MATCH DAY COVERAGE
For those who are unable to make the match, full match coverage will be available on the club Twitter and Facebook accounts, Matt Taylor's reaction will be available at full time, and highlights of the match will be avaiable the following day.
WATCH LIVE ON IFOLLOW
Unable to make it to Boundary Park? The match is streaming live in the UK and overseas, and a UK match pass costs just £10. Click here to find out more.
Tickets can be purchased in advance by clicking here. Tickets can also be purchased from the club shop until 9am on Tuesday, August 20.
Ticket sales WILL now be available on the day but ONLY from the ticket office. No cash sales on the turnstiles.
Prices are as follows:
Concessions (over-65s, students and under-21s): £8
Advanced discounts: No. Ticket sales WILL now be available on the day but ONLY from the ticket office. No cash sales on the turnstiles.
Ambulant: Pay age-related price and carer goes free.
Wheelchair: Exeter City has two pairs of wheelchair tickets for this game in an uncovered area. Wheelchair users pay age-related price and their carer goes free.
Grecian Travel: The supporters' coach will depart at 12.30pm on the day of the game for a fee of £38. To purchase travel tickets, click here.
Getting to Oldham by train is not easy, but the 12.50pm from Exeter St Davids gets you into Manchester Picadilly at 5pm, with a change at Birmingham New Street. From there you have to get a short tram to St Peter’s Square before changing to get the pink line tram out to Westwood which is the closest Metrolink stop to Boundary Park. However, it is still a 20-minute walk from here to the stadium.
According to the footballgroundguide.com, the closest pub is the Clayton Green, which is a Brewers Fayre outlet and can be found 200-yards from the corner of the main stand. There is also the Greyhound Inn, which is across Broadway down Holden Fold Lane. This pub welcomes visiting fans, shows Sky and BT Sports, offers real ale, serves freshly cooked food and is family friendly. It is also has a large car park which can accommodate coaches. The pub is around a 10-minute walk away from the visitors’ turnstiles.
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