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Match Previews

📝 Match Preview: Northampton Town (H)

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

7 December 2021

It's a top-of-the-table clash on Tuesday night under the lights at St James Park.

Third placed Grecians take on second placed Northampton Town in a 7:45pm kick-off, with a big three points up for grabs.

City will be looking to bounce back from Saturday's late dramatic exit from the Emirates FA Cup as they take on a Northampton side that have won their last two matches in League Tow.

The Grecians are likely to be without striker Sam Nombe and midfielder Tim Dieng who have recently picked up knocks.

Jake Caprice's Thoughts

Jake Caprice says the team are "ready to go" as third place meets second at St James Park on Tuesday night, when Northampton come to Devon.

Speaking before the game with the Cobblers the 29-year-old said:

"It should be a good game. They're a good side doing well this year. We need to dust ourselves down from the weekend and go again."

The wing-back scored his first career goal against Carlisle in the last league game at EX4 and is excited about the attacking prospects of the City side. 

"We've been playing free-flowing football with everyone contributing. It's a great attacking team to be part of. It's a great confidence boost that goals are going in all over the pitch."

Check out all Jake has to say here👇


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Admission prices  

Admission prices 

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Ticket Type Advance Gate Ticket Type Advance Gate
Adult £20 £22 Adult £27 £28
Senior £17 £19 Senior £24 £25
Young Adult 18-23 £17 £19 Young Adult 18-23 £24 £25
Under-18 £8 £10 Under-18 £13 £14
Wheelchair Area £17 £19 Wheelchair Area £24 £25
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How To Follow

Fans in the UK and oveseas can tune into the match stream LIVE on iFollow for just £10. Click here to purchase.


You can keep up to date with all the action by following us on social media. After the match we will bring you reaction from manager Matt Taylor and a player.

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One of our Own, Harry Kite is this week's cover star as he talks us through his "Life in Football," so far and there is plenty more to read in this edition of The Grecian, for a bargain price of just £3.50. You can pick it up from around the ground ahead of kick off as well as online and in the club shop.

Match Day Info

Matchday Guide

Many things may have changed since your last visit to SJP, or this could be your first ever visit to us, so please take time to familiarise yourself with our new match day guide, which highlights everything you need to know for your return to the ground. 

Important COVID Guidance

Whilst we are back to normal at SJP, please be aware that some spectators may not be as comfortable as others about attending matches. Please take time to familar yourself with the club's, and government's, Covid guidelines to ensure we keep each safe at St James Park. 

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Centre Spot Bar

The Centre Spot Bar will be open from 5pm serving a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks.

The Centre Spot is also home to The Famous Exeter City Real Ale and Cider Emporium, offering a great selection of real ales and ciders.


Junior Grecians Zone

The Junior Grecians Zone is open to members from 6pm with plenty of activities for all our young Grecian supporters. 

In Red Square, the bar and Kenniford Farm's van will also be open for refreshments and hot food.

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Club Shop

The club shop is open right up until kick-off and is stocked with all three of City's kits for the 21/22 season as well as a range of training gear and pocket money items.

Don't forget, Supporters' Trust members save 10% on full prices purchases!

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Food and Drink

One of the most important part of any match day! We have a wide range of hot and cold drinks and snacks available at the kiosk for away fans.

Hot Food

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In Red Square you will find the Kenniford Farm van serving local delicious hot food such as hog roasts and chips

Northampton Town's Last Match

Northampton Town 1 Leyton Orient 0 | League Two | Saturday, November 27

Sam Hoskins' first half strike saw the Cobblers take all three points and continue their fine start to the season.

Previous Encounter

City 1 Northampton Town 2 | Papa Johns Trophy | St James Park | December 8, 2021

The fairy tale return of fans to St James Park was ruined by the pantomime villains from Northampton, as Exeter City bowed out of the Papa John’s Trophy



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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: Exeter City 1 Northampton Town 2

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7 December 2021

Exeter City fell to a harsh defeat at the hands of Northampton Town, ending a twenty-game home unbeaten run.

Padraig Amond cancelled out Jack Sowerby’s first half strike, before Mitch Pinnock took the spoils against the run of play to condemn City.

The Grecians had glorious chances to level, though lacked the cutting edge on a frustrating evening for the Reds.   

Padraig Amond was reinstated into the team as Matt Taylor made two changes from Saturday. Alex Hartridge returned to a back three.

The view from the first ten minutes was two sides of real quality battling for some ascendency, though the defences stood firm. Neither side really able create a chance though possession was tight and controlled.

The infamous Northampton long-throw carved out the first clear sight of goal of the evening. Paul Lewis fell free at the far post but Cameron Dawson was equal to the headed effort.

Northampton fortuitously took the lead just after the half hour mark.

Town regained possession on the right-hand side and delivered a ball in. Cam Dawson expertly kept out the first effort, but the ricochet fell to Jack Sowerby on the edge. His deflected shot wrong-footed Dawson and the Cobblers were ahead.

Northampton almost grabbed a second two muntes before the break. Another second ball won allowed Mitch Pinnock to bring down and fire a shot over the upright.

Exeter’s only half glimpse of the Northampton goal came on the stroke of half-time as Amond steered over a Jevani Brown cross to end a tough half for City.

It only took five minutes of the second half for Matt Taylor’s words to pull through and City were level through Padraig Amond!

Josh Key, who was relatively quiet in the first half, picked up the ball midway inside the Town half. Marauding forward Key was able to cross at the second attempt and there was Podge to nod home his 200th career goal. What an achievement for the Irishman!

Buoyed on by the brilliant Thatcher’s Big Bank, City almost completed the turn around straight away. Matt Jay let fly from the edge of the box but Liam Roberts just got two hands to it.

Jevani Brown also came close to putting City in front. A lovely flick on from Amond allowed Brown to cut onto his left foot. Again, Roberts was forced into a diving save.

Archie Collins came close to troubling windows in Exmouth when his left footed effort flew comically high, but City were in charge of proceedings.

Pierce Sweeney was uncharacteristically playing as a centre-forward as he had City’s next chance. A lovely switching ball from Hartridge found Sweeney at the back stick, but Roberts was agile enough to stop Pierce at his near post.

Northampton carved their first chance of the second half as Jordan Flores took aim from range. Simple for Dawson.  

And out of nowhere the visitors retook the lead. The referee gave a suspicious free kick against Alex Hartridge. The free kick flew all the way through, off the post and in. Though Mitch Pinnock claimed the faintest of touches.

Matt Jay was forced into a pop-shot from distance as City searched for an equaliser.  And Josh Coley had the chance of the lot. Deep into injury, Kyle Taylor looped a ball to the far post and the substitute somehow only found the side netting.

The miss proved decisive at City couldn't find the equaliser and fell to their first home defeat since March.  

Exeter City: Dawson, Key, Seeney, Ray (Taylor 79’), Hartridge, Caprice, Kite (Seymour 83’), Collins, Jay, J. Brown, Amond (Coley 79’)

Subs: S. Brown, Sparkes, Seymour, Daniel, Grounds,

Northampton Town: Roberts McGowan, Sowerby, Guthrie, Horsfall, Hoskins, Lewis, Pinnock, Koiki, McWilliams (Flores 46’), Rose (Ashley-Seal 85’)

Subs: Maxted, Kabamba, Connoly, Pollock, Dyche

Referee: John Busby

Attendance: 3,823


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