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23 November 2021 Venue JobServe Community Stadium Attendance

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📝 Match Preview: 🆚 Colchester United (A)

All you need to know ahead of Tuesday night

22 November 2021

Exeter City are finally back on the road after four games at home as we travel to Colchester United on Tuesday night.

With five league wins on the spin, the Grecians are in fine form and make the journey to Essex looking to continue that run following Saturday's 2-1 win over Carlisle United at St James Park. 

The U's were beaten 1-0 by Stevenage at the Lamex Stadium on Saturday afternoon, but were were victorious in their last home match as they beat Scunthorpe United 2-1 at the JobServe Community Stadium. 

Pierce Sweeney's Thoughts

Pierce Sweeney is using his previous experiences to ensure complacency does not set in, as the Grecians look to extend their club-record unbeaten run.

Chatting ahead of the trip to Essex to face Colchester United, the defender said:

"I've played enough games in this league to know if we go to Colchester expecting to win, it just won't happen. We've got to show them in high regard and bring the game to them.

"They need a result maybe even more than we do, so we're going there under no illusions that it's going to be a difficult game."

On the twenty match unbeaten record, Pierce has highlighted the "positive vibe" around the club. 

"If you were to ask footballers who have been part of a squad to go twenty unbeaten, very few will stick their hands up. It's a really nice feeling. The next milestone is hopefully 25 games and tomorrow is the first step toward that."

Check out all Sweens has to say about Tuesday night's game below👇

Tickets

PLEASE NOTE: Match tickets are being sold directly through Colchester's online ticketing system for this match and won't show up on ours.

Permits can be purchased ONLINE ONLY right up until kick-off, the turnstiles at the stadium have scanners that will read a permit from a print out or from the screen of a smart phone.

Colchester recommend that all purchases are made well in advance to avoid any last minute issues, please note there are no phone sales or in-person sales.

The only exception is for ambulant disabled/wheelchair and carer (those that have DLA/PIP) whose permits MUST be purchased over the phone. The ticket office number for these purchases is 01206 755161 (Monday to Friday 10-3).

Exeter City fans will be located in the North Stand which is behind the goal at the northern end of the stadium. You can choose which away section you wish to sit in but the system will allocate the specific seat.

When the purchase has been made a confirmation email will be sent advising what happens next. Information regarding permits will also be available via a dashboard when you log in to the colutickets.com account. You can also purchase stadium parking via the dashboard on a first come first serve basis.

Please click here to view a guide for buying a match permit.

Please also note, the Colchester Community Stadium is a cashless stadium

 

Saver
(2-1 Week before)

Advance
(1 Week before)
Matchday
Adult £18.50 £20 £22
Concessions: (NHS/Armed Forces/65+/Disabled £13.50 £15 £17
Under-18 £10 £11.50 £13.50
Carer      

There is no Grecian Travel for this fixture.

How To Follow

Can't make the game? Fear not, as it's a Tuesday night supporters are able to WATCH the action live on iFollow by purchasing a match purchase for just £10.

By purchasing a match pass you'll get access to the audio stream which includes the live BBC Radio Devon commentary.

The match pass revenue goes directly to the club, so you will be showing your support from home!

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To purchase a match pass please click here.

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Colchester United's Last Match

Stevenage 1 Colchester United 0 | 20/11/21 | Sky Bet League Two

Elliott List's penalty was the difference at the Lamex Stadium.

Previous Encounter

Colchester United 1 Exeter City 2 | 23/02/21 | Sky Bet League Two

Robbie Willmott and Ben Seymour found the back of the net as the Grecians took victory in Essex.

 

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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: Colchester United 3 Exeter City 1

Defeat on the road for Exeter

23 November 2021

Exeter City slipped to the first defeat since August as Colchester United took the spoils on a cold night in Essex.

Two first-half goals from Sylvester Jasper and Noah Chilvers delivered the damage.

Padraig Amond opened his account for City with his strike which seemed to spark his side into life. But Freddie Sears put the game beyond Exeter against the run of play to condemn Matt Taylor’s men to the first defeat in fifteen league games.  

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The boss made two switches from Saturday with Jake Caprice and George Ray back in the fold as City reverted to the back three. Jevani Brown started against his former side.

It took four minutes for City to sting the gloves of Jake Turner. Caprice’s deflected cross needed intervention from creeping in the near post. From the corner Archie Collins had an effort cleared off the line.

Despite having little of the ball in the first 12 minutes, the home side took a shock lead through Sylvester Jasper. Luke Hannant had far too much time to turn twenty-yards out. He played the ball square to the Fulham-loanee who squeezed an effort past Cam Dawson to put the U’s ahead.

Jevani Brown had the first real chance for the Grecians. Sam Nombe sprung the high blue line. At the by-line he pulled it back to Brown who failed to hit the target with his first-time shot.

City probed and were playing attractive football without the end product. Nombe and Caprice’s pace were evidently troublesome for United’s defenders, though quality of delivery evaded.

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Colchester almost found a second from the set-piece. Luke Chambers flicked goalward  as the U’s gameplan soaked up pressure and played direct.

With four added minutes of the first half played, Colchester United found a second and City’s long unbeaten run looked in stark danger. Noah Chilvers crept around the back and volleyed home unmarked, to cap off a strong half from the home side.

It wasn’t long into the second half before Matt Taylor turned to the bench. Padraig Amond was introduced for George Ray and City tried to up the tempo. Dieng flailed wide from distance.  

Matt Jay tried to spice things up with a pop from the edge of the box. Turner was comfortable collecting in his midriff. Jay again stinged Turners’ gloves with a low drive to the near-post, as the Grecians grew in confidence.

Josh Key looked the likeliest to drag Exeter back into the game. The full-back persevered and earned City a couple of corners. It was from the third that City found themselves back in the game.

Key nodded a half-cleared header back into the box. Alex Hartridge flicked on and Podge Amond stole in to smash into the net.

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Nombe thought he found the leveller just second later. The striker peeled off and smashed home, only to be denied by a suspect flag from the official.

Amond came close to equalizing himself as he met Caprice’s cross and yet it was the U’s completely against the play to land the sucker punch.

Freddie Sears beat the onrushing Dawson to restore the two-goal advantage.  

Jake Turner was forced into a super save as Exeter searched for another. Sam Nombe headed an Archie Collins free-kick on target but the changed keeper had other ideas.

Collins himself had a shot deflected into the keepers’ arms on a night which seemed not to be for the Grecians. Nombe summed the night up with a flashed half-volley wide. 

Colchester United: Turner, Chambers, Smith, Hannant (Eastman 70’), Skuse, Sears (McCoulsky 85’), Chilvers, Jasper, Dobra, Tchamadeu (Coxe 35’), Daniels

Subs: Gerken, Nouble, Judge, Cooper

Exeter City: Dawson, Key, Sweeney, Ray (Amond 54’), Hartridge, Caprice, Dieng, Collins, Jay (Coley 81’), J. Brown (Edwards 83’), Nombe

Subs: S. Brown, Amond, Daniel, Grounds, Kite

Referee: Tom Nield

 

City return to the road on Saturday with a trip to Rochdale in a bid to return to winning ways. 

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Ticket News

🎟 Tickets: Colchester United (23/11/21)

All you need to know ahead of the fixture

22 November 2021

Tickets are now on sale for City's trip to the Colchester Community Stadium on Tuesday, November 23 in a 7:45pm kick-off.

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PLEASE NOTE: Match tickets are being sold directly through Colchester's online ticketing system for this match and won't show up on ours.

Permits can be purchased ONLINE ONLY right up until kick-off, the turnstiles at the stadium have scanners that will read a permit from a print out or from the screen of a smart phone.

Colchester recommend that all purchases are made well in advance to avoid any last minute issues, please note there are no phone sales or in-person sales.

The only exception is for ambulant disabled/wheelchair and carer (those that have DLA/PIP) whose permits MUST be purchased over the phone. The ticket office number for these purchases is 01206 755161 (Monday to Friday 10-3).

Exeter City fans will be located in the North Stand which is behind the goal at the northern end of the stadium. You can choose which away section you wish to sit in but the system will allocate the specific seat.

When the purchase has been made a confirmation email will be sent advising what happens next. Information regarding permits will also be available via a dashboard when you log in to the colutickets.com account. You can also purchase stadium parking via the dashboard on a first come first serve basis.

Please click here to view a guide for buying a match permit.

Please also note, the Colchester Community Stadium is a cashless stadium

Ticket Prices

 

Saver
(2-1 Week before)

Advance
(1 Week before)
Matchday
Adult £18.50 £20 £22
Concessions: (NHS/Armed Forces/65+/Disabled £13.50 £15 £17
Under-18 £10 £11.50 £13.50
Carer      

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Grecian Travel

Please note that unfortunatley Grecian Travel is not running for this fixture

 

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