A look ahead to the game against the Monkey HangersEXETER CITY vs HARTLEPOOL UNITED
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
ST JAMES PARK
SATURDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER 2015
EXETER CITY look to maintain the standard they set with last week's 4-0 win over Leyton Orient when Hartlepool United visit St James Park this weekend.
Hartlepool, ninth in the Sky Bet League 2 table after last weekend's 2-1 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers, are expected to hand a debut to 19-year-old Brad Halliday, who joined on a one-month loan from Middlesbrough on Thursday.
Joel Grant will be available for selection for the Grecians this weekend, while Jordan Moore-Taylor is also continuing to push for a recall. Lee Holmes is also back in contention.
You can pay on the gate to see City take on Pools at St James Park. Hope to see you all there!
HARTLEPOOL UNITED 2-1 EXETER CITY - VICTORIA PARK - APRIL 25 2015
Hartlepool saw off the Grecians by a 2-1 scoreline for the second time of the campaign, securing their league survival thanks to goals from Scott Fenwick and Jordan Hugill.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 32
Hartlepool United wins: 24
Referee: Andy Woolmer
Assistants: Richard Martin, Neil Radford
Fourth: Christopher Wade
Everton take on Chelsea in the lunchtime kick-off in the Premier League on Saturday - you can watch it live at the Centre Spot. After the match, return to the Spot for the big one: Manchester United vs Liverpool.
Wickwar Brewing, St. Austell Brewery and The Long Man Brewery are the ales at the Real Ale Bar this weekend.
David Wheeler is the cover star and feature interview in the fifth issue of the new-look The Grecian.
Also, Jordan Moore-Taylor tells Oliver Roderick who he thinks will win Euro 2016.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the Club Shop and around St James Park.
Alphington Town AFC and Axminster AFC take on the half-time shoot-out this weekend. We hope you all enjoy your big day at St James Park!
"We've had a rare opportunity this week to give some players time off to rehab, and others extra time for training. We find ourselves coming into this game with more players available than we did last week, which is a nice problem to have, and the sign of a strong squad." - Paul Tisdale
Bristol Rovers vs Accrington Stanley
Cambridge United vs Leyton Orient
Carlisle United vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Mansfield Town vs Crawley Town
Newport County vs Morecambe
Northampton Town vs Oxford United
Notts County vs Luton Town
Portsmouth vs Barnet
Stevenage vs York City
Wycombe Wanderers vs Plymouth Argyle
Yeovil Town vs AFC Wimbledon
Exeter City 17/20
Hartlepool United 100/30