Exeter City will be looking to quickly return to winning ways as Walsall visit the Park for a 7pm kick-off on Tuesday night.
The Grecians fine run of form that saw them four unbeaten and ten points gained came to an end at Crawley Town on Saturday, as ten-man City were beaten 2-0.
Tuesday's match under the lights is the first of City's back-to-back home games and comes against a Saddlers side that haven't been in the best of form in recent weeks.
Walsall are without a win in their last five matches, and were narrowly beaten 2-1 by in-from Bradford City on Saturday.
The Grecians will be without Tom Parkes and Ryan Bowman who are both serving suspensions.
Alex Fisher's Thoughts
Ahead of the match, City forward Alex Fisher said the team are looking forward to returning to home soil after travelling hundreds of miles on the road.
"With two home games coming up it will be a good opportunity to pick up maximum points. said Alex.
"As cliche as it sounds we like to focus on our approach. We know what they are going to be about and we look forward to this opportunity as it's a home game where we have a good record.
Hear more from Alex below:
How to Watch
Sadly fans can't be at the match but you can get the next best thing by purchasing a match pass at the cost of just £10 in the UK. The stream includes Exeter City Club commentary score overlay and replays.
To purchase a match pass please click here.
Grab a Grecian
Bring on the Saddlers! As we return to St James Park on Tuesday evening, so does a packed edition of our award-winning programme, The Grecian.
In this week’s edition we speak to Josh Key, whose heroics at Colchester produced two assists that helped the club to at three points.
In the interview, Josh talks about an unexpected breakthrough season, the club’s ‘Band of Brothers’, and how his faith helps him as a player and as a team mate.
Priced at just £5 for the 84-page perfectly bound programme, The Grecian aims to bring all fans that little bit closer to life at the club in extraordinary times, and can be purchased directly from the club shop online by clicking here.
Season ticket holders can also download a free digital copy of the programme from Match Day Info… if you have not done this before, simply click here, sign up and use your season ticket number as a redeem voucher.
As usual, we’ll have the match covered across our social media channels and we’ll have a post-match interview with manager Matt Taylor and a player as they reflect on the result.
Seasons So Far
Walsall's Last Match
Walsall 1 Bradford City 2 | 27/2/21 | Banks's Stadium
Walsall suffered their second successive defeat despite a spirited late rally against Bradford City. Goals from Levi Sutton and Andy Cook gave the Bantums a two-goal lead before Dan Scarr pulled a goal back, but they couldn't find an equaliser.
Walsall 0 City 0 | 17/10/20 | EFL Sky Bet League Two
Exeter City made it four league games unbeaten after a goalless draw away to Walsall at the Banks's Stadium back in October.