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Match Preview: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City

20 November 2015

A look ahead to the Devon derby

PLYMOUTH ARGYLE VS EXETER CITY
HOME PARK
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
SATURDAY 21ST NOVEMBER 2015
KICK-OFF: 3:00PM


THE SECOND Devon Derby of the season sees Exeter City make another trip to Home Park tomorrow.

The Grecians are looking for a more positive outcome than the Johnstone's Paint Trophy exit at the hands of their neighbours earlier in the campaign, and will have Matt Oakley, Lee Holmes, Christian Ribeiro and Craig Woodman in contention.

Argyle have made two loan signings this week, with goalkeeper Christian Walton coming from Brighton & Hove Albion earlier in the week and defender Luke Croll arriving from Crystal Palace on Friday.




Exeter City supporters cannot pay on the day tomorrow - Friday is the close of sales for visiting fans. Any prepaid tickets not collected by tonight can be picked up at the Home Park ticket office on Saturday.

Full info and pricing can be found here.



PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 2-0 EXETER CITY - HOME PARK - OCT 6 2015

Goals from Hiram Boateng and Craig Tanner saw Plymouth past the Grecians in the Second Round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

See the full report here.

Head-to-head:

Exeter City wins: 26
Plymouth Argyle wins: 34
Draws: 25



Referee: Graham Scott
Assistants: Daniel Cook, Andrew Fox
Fourth: Christopher Sarginson



"Plymouth being top of the league adds an extra bit of spice to what already is a fixture that both sides desperately want to win. It'll be a tough game for us, because they are top of the league and they have proved already that they are the team to beat. When it's a local derby and it's Plymouth Argyle, it makes it that much more of a challenge. We're preparing as we always do, but there is maybe a slight extra push in what we're doing this week." - Paul Tisdale

"You always look forward to these fixtures, and I'm expecting a big atmosphere tomorrow. It gives you a lift when you play in front of a big crowd - we won in front of a big Portsmouth crowd earlier in the season, and hopefully it'll be similar tomorrow." - David Wheeler



Not making the trip to Home Park? Follow the live commentary on Grecian PlayerHD. Alternatively, up-to-the-minute updates will be posted on our Twitter feed, and the key updates will go on our Facebook page.



MATCHDAY 18 - SATURDAY

AFC Wimbledon vs Wycombe Wanderers
Barnet vs Morecambe
Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley
Carlisle United vs Portsmouth
Crawley Town vs Bristol Rovers
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Oxford United
Leyton Orient vs York City
Mansfield Town vs Hartlepool United
Newport County vs Yeovil Town
Notts County vs Northampton Town
Stevenage vs Luton Town



Exeter City 100/30
Plymouth Argyle 4/5
Draw 13/5

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