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📝 Match Preview: Port Vale (A)

City on the road again this Tuesday

21 March 2022

The Grecians are on the road again this Tuesday as we take on Port Vale at Vale Park, looking to further cement their place inside the automatic promotion places.

City were victorious at the weekend, securing a 2-0 win at Oldham thanks to goals from Kyle Taylor and Jevani Brown and sat in second place at the end of play following other results, but the side will be without midfield trio Taylor, Tim Dieng and Nigel Atangana through injury or suspension. 

Port Vale recorded a solid victory at the weekend too, winning 2-1 away to Bradford City thanks to goals from Ben Garrity and James Wilson. The Valiants have been in fine form in recent weeks, winning their last three home matches by an aggregate score of 9-2, including three points against fellow promotion rivals Mansfield Town. 

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City will be playing in their anthracite grey and pink away kit.

Kieran Phillips' Thoughts

"There's a great mood in camp at the moment and it's really positive after some good recent results," he said.

"There are 30 points to play for which can make or break the season. The potential is there to do what we want to do. We have to take it with both hands.

"But you can't look too far ahead. It's ten big cup finals but we can't look too much past the next week."

Hear Kieran's full thoughts 👇

Tickets

All tickets originally purchased remain valid for the new date but should any supporters find themselves unable to attend then please contact the ticket office by calling 01392 411243 or emailing tickets@ecfc.co.uk.

Please note: Tickets need to be sent back to SJP with the order number before we can action a refund as tickets remain vaild. Either in person, or by postal to the ticket office. 

We have been given seats in the Hamil Road Stand and tickets are on sale until 4pm on Monday, March 21. Collections can also be made until 4pm on Monday from the shop otherwise they will be taken up to Port Vale for collection. 

Ticket Prices

  • Adult: £20
  • Over-65: £15
  • 18-21: £12
  • 13-17: £8
  • Under-12: Free with Adult

Matchday Prices

Ticket prices are £2 more expensive on match day. CASH ONLY on the day from the away booth. 

For full ticket details click here.

How to Follow

Can't make it to Vale Park as City take on Port Vale? Why not get the next best thing with a LIVE stream on iFollow?

By purchasing a match pass at the cost of just £10 in the UK you'll get access to the stream which includes BBC Radio Devon commentary, score overlay and replays.

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To purchase a match pass please click here.

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Port Vale's Last Match

Bradford City 1 Port Vale 2 | 19/03/22 | Sky Bet League Two

Previous Encounter

Port Vale 1 Exeter City 0 | 02/04|21 | Sky Bet League Two

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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: Port Vale 0 Exeter City 0

Our write-up of Tuesday's stalemate

22 March 2022

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Exeter City held play-off hopefuls Port Vale to a frantic but goalless draw.

Jevani Brown came closest for the visitors hitting the bar with a curling effort, mid-way through the second half.

Brown also forced Vale stopper Aidan Stone into a smart save, mirrored at the other end by Cameron Dawson denying Connor Hall.

The hosts came close with the last kick of the game. David Amoo a toe away from stealing the points but ultimately the points were shared.

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With the run-in looming, Matt Taylor recalled Jordan Dyer and Callum Rowe from Bath City, with the latter moving straight into the first eleven. His first league start was one of five changes for the Grecians.

Cam Dawson was forced into the first save of the match on seven minutes. Three Vale players overloaded the left wing and after a couple of tidy passes were in on goal. Dawson stood firm to divert the ball over.

From the resulting corner, Nathan Smith rose highest but never threatened the back of the Exeter net.

City’s first foray into the danger area came courtesy of Jake Caprice. A trademark run down the left allowed the full-back to put in a low cross, though keeper Aidan Stone reacted quickest to claim.

It was a battling first twenty minutes for City. Former Manchester United striker James Wilson went for goal though Dawson had no worries seeing it into his arms.

Wilson again tried to force the opener for the Valiants, turning onto his left foot and blazing into the stand.

With City needing to up the ante Alex Hartridge marauded forward after half-an-hour. After an almighty scramble in the six-yard area, the ball was half cleared to Josh Key on the edge who tested Stone’s ability.

City began the second half with much more urgency but it was the homeside who carved the first chance of the period. Dawson smartly saving with his feet from a low Connor Hall effort. A melee in the box ensued and David Worrall eventually got a shot away though Dawson again calmed the City nerves.

Trying to elevate the noise around Burslem, Hall speculatively tried a half volley on the hour mark sailing well over.

Jevani Brown had a great opportunity to open the scoring a minute later. Delightfully threaded through by Callum Rowe, Brown’s low drive was just about dealt with by the Vale keeper. In the follow up, Brown was somewhat bundled over, but the contact was minimal according to referee Bobby Madley.

Brown almost worked his magic in the 74th minute. The Number 20 turned on the left-hand side of the box. His curling shot almost caught out the Vale keeper, but the top of the bar saved Stone’s blushes.

Vale could have nicked it at the death. City made a hash of a dangerous ball into the box but Alex Hartridge's vital toe stopped substitue David Amoo from stealing all three points. 

Port Vale: Stone, Walker, Hall, Smith, Worrall, Garrity, Wilson, Benning, Proctor (Harratt 50’), Charsley, Pett © (Amoo 70’)

Subs: Holy, Hurst, Robinson, Edmundson

Exeter City: Dawson, Key, Diabate, Stubbs, Hartridge, Caprice, Rowe, Collins, Jay ©, Brown, Zanzala (Amond 69’)

Subs: S.Brown, Sparkes, Dyer, Coley, Phillips

Referee: Bobby Madley

Attendance: 5,301 (273 away)

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