A look ahead to City's home clash with the DonsEXETER CITY vs AFC WIMBLEDON
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
ST JAMES PARK
MONDAY 28TH DECEMBER 2015
EXETER CITY have a chance to quickly return to winning ways in the Bank Holiday Monday clash with AFC Wimbledon at St James Park.
The Grecians also have the opportunity of getting one back on their visitors as the Dons were 2-1 winners in the reverse fixture at Kingsmeadow back in August.
This is City's last fixture of 2015, so let's fill the Park one final time before the new year!
You can pay on the gate to see City take on the Dons at St James Park. Hope to see you all there!
AFC WIMBLEDON 2-1 EXETER CITY - KINGSMEADOW - AUG 29 2015
Sub Adebayo Azeez struck with less than ten minutes left to win it for the home side after Ryan Harley had cancelled out George Francomb's opener.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 3
AFC Wimbledon wins: 3
Referee: Lee Swabey
Assistants: Robert Dabbs, Matt Eva
Fourth: Christopher Wade
It's a Lancashire derby between Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers that takes centre stage ahead of the City match, while the small matter of Manchester United vs Chelsea follows the full-time whistle. Get to the Park early and stay late!
City will wear their Fluminense-inspired Third Shirt for this one, and you can pick one up in-store tomorrow.
While you're there, get a hold of a Monopoly: Exeter Edition, and kit yourself out in replica shirts and our new "I was there when Clinton scored" novelty t-shirt!
Not able to attend? All the action will be live in audio on Grecian PlayerHD.
Arron Davies is the cover star of this edition of The Grecian.
Aidan Hamilton provides a feature piece on the centenary of Fred Bailey's association with Exeter City, while academy player Brandon Green takes on our Ten Questions quiz. David Phillips also contributes an article on Selwyn Rice, a former City player who was seen as a precursor to Wimbledon's famed Crazy Gang.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the club shop and around St James Park.
"We just have to move on to Monday. We have two home games now, which means we have to be competitive, positive and purposeful. I don’t see why we can’t do that on Monday, and then follow that against Dagenham. Yes, we’re disappointed, and 3-0 [at Oxford] probably didn’t do us justice, but I’m not going to lose faith in the players; hopefully the injured players will be a step closer on Monday." - Paul Tisdale
Beacon Knights take on the half-time shootout tomorrow. Enjoy your day all!
The Exeter City fans are our special Match Sponsors tomorrow. A huge thank you to all the supporters who have donated towards the match sponsorship - remember, you should make your way to the half-way line in front of the Main Stand in order to take part in the official photograph following the match!
SCP Tiling, EX2 Electrical and Alpenford Ltd. are our Ball Sponsors for tomorrow's game.
MONDAY 28TH DECEMBER: MATCHDAY 24
Bristol Rovers vs Leyton Orient
Cambridge United vs Barnet
Mansfield Town vs York City
Newport County vs Plymouth Argyle
Northampton Town vs Accrington Stanley
Notts County vs Morecambe
Portsmouth vs Luton Town
Stevenage vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Stevenage vs Accrington Stanley
Wycombe Wanderers vs Crawley Town
Yeovil Town vs Oxford United
Exeter City 9/5
AFC Wimbledon 6/4