A look ahead to the clash with the MagpiesEXETER CITY vs NOTTS COUNTY
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
ST JAMES PARK
SATURDAY 24TH OCTOBER 2015
AFTER THE SUCCESS against Cambridge United on Wednesday evening, Exeter City are quickly back in action at St James Park as they take on Notts County on Saturday afternoon.
Ryan Harley, Troy Brown and Manny Oyeleke are in a race to be fit for this one, but Matt Oakley will miss out.
Ricardo Moniz's County have kept clean sheets in their last two games, while experienced duo Alan Smith and Mike Edwards have both recovered from the bruises of Tuesday evening in time to be involved tomorrow.
You can pay on the gate to see City take on the Magpies at St James Park. Hope to see you all there!
NOTTS COUNTY 2-1 EXETER CITY - MEADOW LANE - FEBRUARY 14 2012
Lee Hughes scored the opener before a Jeff Hughes penalty won this one for County at Meadow Lane, with future Notts man Scot Bennett offering the Grecians' reply.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 7
Notts County wins: 16
Referee: Graham Salisbury
Assistants: Steven Plane, Kevin Morris
Fourth: Brett Huxtable
Tomorrow is our Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal launch day at St James Park, with a number of forces personnel due to be in attendance to watch the action.
The junior media assistants from the Stevenage Kids in Charge match will be presented with their certificates of participation on the pitch at half-time.
The Lancashire derby between Blackburn Rovers and Burnley is the pre-match game on the TVs in the Centre Spot. Get there before twelve to catch Soccer AM, while the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Everton follows the Grecians' battle with Notts County.
Pop into the club shop before or after the match to pick up the new Exeter City calendar, which is out tomorrow.
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.
Joel Grant is the cover star and feature interview of this weekend's special Royal British Legion edition of The Grecian.
Tomorrow's issue also features this season's pull-out team photo.
Also, Matt Jay takes on a round of 50/50.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the Club Shop and around St James Park.
"Notts County are a good football side, and got a good draw at Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night. We're going to have to make sure that we do what we did on Wednesday and get our forwards into attacking positions, but we have to be aware that we are a good footballing side." - Paul Tisdale
Heavitree Youth take on the half-time shootout tomorrow. Enjoy your day all!
Bristol Street Motors are our Match Sponsors for the first time tomorrow.
Thatchers have very generously donated their Ball Sponsorship to Dream-A-Way.
SATURDAY 24TH OCTOBER: MATCHDAY 15
Accrington Stanley vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Bristol Rovers vs Newport County
Hartlepool United vs Crawley Town
Luton Town vs Plymouth Argyle
Morecambe vs Leyton Orient
Northampton Town vs Stevenage
Oxford United vs Barnet
Portsmouth vs Mansfield Town
Wycombe Wanderers vs Carlisle United
Yeovil Town vs Cambridge United
York City vs AFC Wimbledon
Exeter City 7/5
Notts County 9/5