A look ahead to the clash with the HattersEXETER CITY vs LUTON TOWN
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
ST JAMES PARK
SATURDAY 19TH DECEMBER 2015
EXETER CITY return to action after two weeks without a game as Luton Town visit St James Park this weekend.
Paul Tisdale will not get the chance to reacquiant himself with John Still after the Luton boss parted ways with the club on Thursday. Former Portsmouth boss Andy Awford has taken charge of the Hatters as the Kenilworth Road club seek a permanent replacement.
With Matt Oakley, Manny Oyeleke and Tom McCready all having previously hoped to be involved last weekend before the clash at Morecambe was postponed, and all are again hopeful this weekend. City are not expecting any other sidelined players to take part, however.
You can pay on the gate to see City take on the Hatters at St James Park. Hope to see you all there!
LUTON TOWN 2-3 EXETER CITY - KENILWORTH ROAD - APRIL 3 2015
City came from two goals down to win 3-2 in a classic at Kenilworth Road. Ryan Harley, Jordan Moore-Taylor and David Wheeler (in second-half injury time) won the game after Luke Guttridge and Mark Cullen handed the Hatters the advantage at the break.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 11
Luton Town wins: 25
Referee: Andy Davies
Assistants: Mark Derrien, Brian Durie
Fourth: Ian Fissenden
St James Park becomes a Winter Wonderland as Michael Buble tribute act Jamie Somers performs live on Saturday evening.
Further information can be found here.
Also, you can get some Exeter (City) Pounds at SJP before the match - see here for details.
Unbeaten Brighton & Hove Albion host Middlesbrough in the lunchtime Sky Bet Championship kick-off to be shown at St James Park. Stay after the Luton match to see Newcastle United vs Aston Villa.
Christmas is just a week away now - so it's your last chance to pick up City gifts in the club shop!
Pop in before or after the match to pick up the new Exeter City 2016 calendar. Prepare yourself for the festive season with the Exeter City Santa jumper too!
While you're there, get a hold of a Monopoly: Exeter Edition ready for Christmas, 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.
For this Christmas special edition of The Grecian, we lead with a Q+A on everything you need to know regarding the proposed St James Park Development. We need all the support we can get in order to make it happen, so make your voices heard now!
See all the photos from our visit to Bramble Children's Unit, while James Hamon takes on our Ten Questions quiz.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the club shop and around St James Park.
"I'm very disappointed for John [Still] - I've known him very well from ten years of playing against his teams. He's a very proper chap and is liked by most people who've played against him. I'm surprised, as while Luton haven't been in the best of form, they are still in mid-table and are within two or three wins of propelling themselves into a positive position. Then I think about how this plays on us - this happened to us earlier in the season, when Newport changed their manager - you just don't know what kind of effect it'll have on the team. It might not be any particular technical point, but it's very hard to be able to predict what will happen on Saturday. " - Paul Tisdale
Alphington Eagles Under-10s and Alphington Avengers Under-7s take on the half-time shootout tomorrow. Enjoy your day all!
Broadley Speaking are our Match Sponsors tomorrow.
Siniat are our Ball Sponsors for tomorrow's game.
SATURDAY 19TH DECEMBER: MATCHDAY 22
Barnet vs Crawley Town
Cambridge United vs Mansfield Town
Carlisle United vs Notts County
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Bristol Rovers
Hartlepool United vs Plymouth Argyle
Leyton Orient vs Yeovil Town
Newport County vs AFC Wimbledon
Northampton Town vs Portsmouth
Stevenage vs Accrington Stanley
Wycombe Wanderers vs Oxford United
York City vs Morecambe
Exeter City 19/10
Luton Town 7/5