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📝 Match Preview: Wycombe Wanderers (H)

Join us at the Park on Tuesday night

16 August 2022

Exeter City have the opportunity to return to winning ways on Tuesday evening when they face Wycombe Wanderers at St James Park.

The Grecians were beaten 2-1 at Cambridge United on Saturday is the soaring heat, but with temperatures dropping and much needed rain set to fall before kick off in midweek, conditions shouldn't be an issue this time round for Matt Taylor's men. 

The Chairboys, who were defeated by Sunderland in last season's play-off final under the guidance of long serving loyal manager Gareth Ainsworth were also beaten by the same scoreline at the weekend, losing at home to Shrewsbury Town. 

Alex Hartridge's Thoughts

Alex Hartridge has given his thoughts as City prepare to face Wycombe Wanderers at St James Park on Tuesday, keen to put Saturday's defeat at Cambridge behind them.

"We are looking forward to reacting to Saturday," he said after that late defeat at the Abbey Stadium.

"It's a new opposition and a new challenge for us, and it's good it's only three days after the last game.

"You always think of a Wycombe team as direct and good on set pieces and they are still a threat from them, but we have to be ready to them bringing something different tomorrow night."

Hear more from Alex 👇


By buying tickets in advance you can save money and avoid the queues on match day. Tickets are selling well for the clash under the lights with around 950 Big Bank and 100 seats left in the stadium as of Monday, August 15.



E-tickets are the easiest and quickest way to buy tickets for City matches. On ordering you can select to receive an e-ticket which will be emailed to your phone for you to show on the turnstile - no need to print!

Admission prices 

Big Bank     Nevada Construction/Optimising IT    
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
Junior Grecians   --- Junior Grecians   ---

How to Buy

To purchase tickets online, please click here. Please note that you will need to log in to purchase.

You can also call the club during the normal office hours on 01392 411243 or visit the club shop and reception in person between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday. We ask that you please buy online where possible.

How to Follow

Can't make it to St James Park under the lights on Tuesday? 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.


To purchase a match pass please click here.

  • For further details on iFollow, please click here
  • For a first time guide to iFollow, please click here

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Matchday Timetable

For Tuesday night matchdays the turnstiles open at 6:45pm, we advise fans to arrive as soon as they can to avoid queues closer to kick-off!



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.

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You can finally pay by contactless payment at the kiosks at St James Park, either tap your card or mobile device on the reader to pay!


Centre Spot Bar

Away fans are welcome in the Centre Spot Bar at the ground located close to reception. The bar offers a friendly atmosphere, with a large range of drinks, and a pool table and dart boards.


Also located in the Centre Spot Bar is The Famous Exeter City Real Ale and Cider Emporium (FECRACE), staffed by friendly volunteers offering a great selection of real ales and ciders.

The Club Shop

The club shop offers a wide range of official Exeter City merchandise including replica shirts, training wear, hats, scarves, gifts, souvenirs, programmes, books and much more. The club shop is situated within the stadium and is joined with reception.


Junior Grecians Lounge

The Junior Grecians Family Zone is open on most matchdays, and available for use by all family visitors to St James Park. The zone is open to all from 6pm on a Tuesday night!

The Junior Grecians are the Official Junior Supporters Club of Exeter City FC!


The room provides a safe comfortable environment for families to enjoy pre-match entertainment, such as a large screen TVs, Playstation consoles and Table Football, as well as the option to enjoy refreshments from the Zone’s very own kiosk.

A feature wall displaying a packed Big Bank also provides a photo-sharing opportunity using the #jgzone hashtag. There are activities and competitions to suit all junior age groups, from FIFA22 and Table Football tournaments to free Activity Packs for younger children.

Matchday Programme 

Our award winning programme returns for the 22/23 season and is priced at just £3 per copy! The programme features lots of content on the men's team, including a new feature on the cover star's all-time five-a-side team!

Make sure you grab a copy from around the ground!


Previous Encounter

Exeter City 0 Wycombe Wanderers 0 (3-4 pens) | 10/08/22 | Carabao Cup

Penalties decided our last meeting in the Carabao Cup last season after a goalless draw in 90 minutes.

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Match Reports

📝 Match Report: City 3 Wycombe Wanderers 1

City back to winning ways at SJP

16 August 2022

Exeter City returned to winning ways with a 3-1 win over Wycombe Wanderers at a packed St James Park.

The raucous Grecian support made their way to SJP for the first game of the much anticipated double game week. A trademark Harry Kite rocket, an Archie Collins tap in and a towering header from Tim Dieng secured City the three points and sent the home fans away with huge smiles after a fantastic performance. 

Matt Taylor made only the one change from the team who lost to Cambridge away at the weekend, with captain Matt Jay coming in for his first league start of the season over Sam Nombe. 

A very quiet opening ten minutes saw only one big highlight with Wycombe making a mistake at the back resulting in an Alex Hartridge floating cross reaching Josh Key at the back post, but with not much coming from it the ball was cleared away, City the much stronger side from the start. 

In the 22nd minute the first big chance of the game came to the feet of Key who played the ball across goal but to no avail, but the pressure kept coming with Jay and Jevani Brown combining to  force a corner from the Wycombe defence. 

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From the resulting corner it was that man again Kite, scoring another perfect finish to add to his repertoire. A corner swung in by Collins, was met by Pierce Sweeney in the air whose header came back off the post and there was the man of the moment waiting on the edge of the area to blast home, taking his tally to three for the season 

The first chance of the day for Wycombe came in the 29th minute, for the veteran Gareth McCleary, whose shot from the edge of the area sailed very far wide of the post, leaving keeper Blackman very much untroubled. 

A peach of a cross from marauding wing back Jack Sparkes led to a goalmouth scramble in front of the inexperienced Wycombe keeper, but luck was on his side as the ball sailed over the ball, the resulting corner led to some heavy pressure from the boys in red and white, but the pressure came to nothing. Brown and Jay causing lots of trouble to the Wycombe backline. 

The 38th minute came along and so did another goal. Some relentless pressure from captain Jay, after a long range diagonal ball from Cheick Diabate, saw the captain place the ball at the feet of another of the City academy boys Collins to slot the ball away and that made it 2-0 for the Grecians. 


The Chairboys were not taking it lying down though, as every time the ball was in their possession a searching ball was being sent over the top to McCleary. But the game was clearly getting to much for the experienced winger who sent City wing-back Sparkes flying over the advertising hoardings forcing the referee to show his first yellow of the game. 

During the half-time break, all of the academy players did a lap of honour with the much younger children making themselves known to the disgruntled away supporters, however the away fans enjoyed the humour and gave it back to them which was very much welcomed by the stars of the future.

The second half started very much the same for Matt Taylor’s boys with no changes being made, no surprise there as the boys were very much on top for the whole of the first half. No changes made by the away side either. 

Out of no where in the 50th minute, Wycombe made it 2-1, a sighting ball over the top caught the City defence sleeping. A cushioned header from McCleary laid the ball off for ex-City favourite David Wheeler to rifle the ball home from range. There was class from the former Grecian, who did not celebrate his goal, before clapping the St James Park faithful as he left the field.

Only moments later and a heart in mouths moment for the City fans as the ball was fizzed into Blackman’s feet with two Wycombe players approaching, but an outrageous piece of skill from the giant keeper, Cruyff turning both players, led to one of the biggest cheers of the day from the home support. 

The 59th minute saw the introduction of goal scoring phenom Nombe to the fray, replacing the very much loved Jay. Only moments later a shocking challenge left Dieng writhing around on the floor in what looked like lots of pain.

A blasting shot from outside the area from Collins, once again sent the Wycombe keeper scrambling across goal, but the shot just sailed wide of the far post. The Grecians very much on top but the away side not making it easy for them. 

A Sparkes free kick in the 74th almost sent the Big Bank into delirium but a fingertip save from the Wycombe keeper sends the ball just wide. However, in the resulting corner the midfield maestro Dieng made it a three, a floating corner from Brown found the head of the towering frenchmen who nodded it home. 

Blackman called into action once again in the 76th minute having to make a big save from an outside of the box effort. Moments later and Taylor's boys were attacking once again a gem of a volleyed pass from the non-stop running Frenchmen sent Nombe through on goal but after sizing the goal up, the ball ended up agonisingly the wrong side of the post. 

With the game starting to slow down in the final ten minutes, Taylor's men were still very much in control of the game, with the ball mainly being kept in the Wycombe defensive third. In the final minutes of added time, Brown was pulling out some of his more trademark skills, entertaining the Big Bank in the final moments of play. 

Another game is very quickly upon us with Cheltenham Town the next team to make their way down to SJP on Saturday. 

Starting XI: Blackman, Key, Diabate, Hartridge, Sweeney, Sparkes, Dieng (Grounds), Collins, Kite, J.Brown, Jay (C) (Nombe)

Subs Not Used: S.Brown, Stubbs, Caprice, Chauke, Coley,

Wycombe Wanderers: Dickenson, Grimmer, Jacobsen (C), Forino (Pattenden), Wheeler (Al-Hamadi), Wing (Gape), Mehmeti (Freeman), McCleary, Horgan (Mellor), Mason, Scowen 

Subs Not Used: Blunkell, Obita

Referee: John Busby 

Attendance: 6832 (367 away) 

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