A look ahead to the clash with the ChairboysEXETER CITY vs WYCOMBE WANDERERS
SKY BET LEAGUE 2
ST JAMES PARK
SATURDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER 2015
EXETER CITY look to continue the winning run at home when Wycombe Wanderers visit St James Park this weekend.
The Chairboys, who have the best defensive record in League 2 and who hadn't conceded a goal away from home up until last week's trip to league leaders Leyton Orient, arrive to face a Grecians side that have won their last three on their home patch, with four clean sheets in a row at St James Park.
Under Gareth Ainsworth, Wycombe have won eight of their nine matches in Devon across the past three seasons, with the only defeat coming at SJP last October.
Ryan Harley is back in contention after missing out at Accrington Stanley last week, while Wycombe hope to welcome captain Paul Hayes and Sam Wood back into the fold. They are definitely without Anthony Stewart, however - he is sidelined until after Christmas.
You can pay on the gate to see City take on the Chairboys at St James Park. Hope to see you all there!
WYCOMBE WANDERERS 2-1 EXETER CITY - ADAMS PARK - APRIL 14 2015
Paul Hayes scored an injury-time penalty to win it for Wycombe after Liam Sercombe had cancelled out Sam Saunders' opener.
Head to Head:
Exeter City wins: 4
Wycombe Wanderers wins: 6
Referee: Stephen Martin
Assistants: Mark Derrien, Robert Dabbs
Fourth: Adam Hopkins
Tottenham take on Manchester City 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 Newcaslte United vs Chelsea, and then England vs Wales in the Rugby World Cup.
Alex Nicholls is the cover star and feature interview in the sixth issue of the new-look The Grecian.
Also, Christy Pym tells Oliver Roderick who he thinks will win this season's UEFA Champions League.
This and much more, all available for £3 in the Club Shop and around St James Park.
"We've learned our lessons. My job is to keep a long-term view together with the short-term need of winning games, and in that we're hoping to develop the team. I'm very much looking forward to the game this weekend, and I think we've got a very good chance of getting the three points. " - Paul Tisdale
Read all of Paul's press call here.
Barnet vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Bristol Rovers vs Portsmouth
Cambridge United vs Stevenage
Carlisle United vs Newport County
Crawley Town vs Accrington Stanley
Luton Town vs AFC Wimbledon
Mansfield Town vs Plymouth Argyle
Northampton Town vs Leyton Orient
Notts County vs York City
Oxford United vs Morecambe
Yeovil Town vs Hartlepool United
Exeter City 7/4
Wycombe Wanderers 6/4