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📝 Match Preview: Walsall (A)

All you need to know ahead of Saturday's trip to the Banks's Stadium

15 October 2020

Match Previews

📝 Match Preview: Walsall (A)

All you need to know ahead of Saturday's trip to the Banks's Stadium

15 October 2020

Exeter City will be looking to make it five matches unbeaten as they make the relatively short journey to the West Midlands to take on Darrell Clarke's Walsall.

City boss Matt Taylor has spoken to the press ahead of the game and says his side are ready to face a strong Saddler's side. 

"I was at Walsall's game on Tuesday night and they were excellent, in some respects, in their play," he said. 

"They've always been strong at home. We have to match their strengths and use the ball. I expect it to be a good pitch and a fast game."

You can hear the full interview below:


We would rather you could be there in person, but you can get the next best thing by supporting at home on iFollow.

You can purchase a match pass for the 3pm kick-off at the cost of just £10 in the UK. The stream includes the live BBC Radio Devon commentary, score overlay and replays.

By purchasing a match pass on the City website, you'll be providing much welcome income whilst games are played behind closed doors with around 80% of the price going directly to the Grecians.

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As usual, we’ll have the match covered across our social media channels and we’ll have a post-match interview with manager Matt Taylor and a player as they reflect on the result.

Exeter City on social media


  • Name: Banks’s Stadium
  • Capacity: 11,300
  • Year opened: 1990
  • Address: Bescot Crescent, Walsall, West Midlands, WS1 4SA

The £4.5m stadium was opened in 1990 to replace the old Fellows Park, where Walsall FC had played since its inception. The Bescot Stadium (now Banks’s due to sponsorship) was opened by Sir Stanley Matthews.

The ground is almost iconic to away fans up and down the country, as it sits just off the M6, and within walking distance of the nearest railway line.

Plans to redevelop the ground were scuppered due to Walsall’s failure to secure Championship status, but the initial idea to help fund the project was to use the back of the away end as an advertising board for the M6- making it the largest motorway billboard in Europe.


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Walsall 3-1 Exeter, 7 March 2020

An early strike from Rory Holden and a brace for Adebayo ended Exeter City’s automatic hopes, in the final game before lockdown- in a match most remembered by City fans for that offside call.

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