Exeter City will play their first away game in front of Grecians' supporters in 525 days when they travel to Leyton Orient on Saturday.
Following a goalless draw against Bradford City in the league opener, and another versus Wycombe in the Carabao Cup, the Grecians will look to take their strong defensive performances to the Breyer Group Stadium while also hoping to score their first goal of the season.
Orient opened their season with two 1-1 draws - away at Salford in the league before losing to QPR on penalties on Wednesday.
Covid-19 Test Results
Exeter City can confirm that, following testing of staff and players today, all members of the team have returned negative COVID tests.
The two players who tested positive earlier in the week will continue to isolate. We will continue to follow all the correct protocols and guidance from the EFL as the season progresses.
Matt Taylor's Thoughts
"When we travel in numbers it just shows our unity as a club," he said.
"We are so well supported on our travels so to hear any noise will be absolutely brilliant. It's a long way wherever we go - our supporters are second to none."
Leyton Orient are a side that Matt feels have recruited strongly in the summer and feels Saturday's match will be a tough test.
"I watched their game on Wednesday and it was a really end to end game.
"They have a really experienced manager with a lot of knowhow about him and we expect the team to be stronger than they were last season."
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Our advanced allocation has now sold out, however tickets will be able to be purchased on the day at the Breyer Group Stadium.
On the day tickets will be the following prices:
- Adult: £23
- Senior (65+): £21
- Under-18s: £8
- Ambulant:Pay age related price and carer free
- Wheelchair: Age related and carer free
Grecian Travel is available for the trip to Leyton Orient and departs Exeter at 8am for £38 for Adults of £33 for under-16s. Click here to find out more.
How to Follow
In respect of domestic streaming, the EFL will return to the position as was prior to the pandemic. This means supporters in the UK will no longer be able to watch the match from home via iFollow.
Interntional iFollow subscribers will be able to watch the match as per standard pre-pandemic regulations. For more info on coverage of the EFL this season, read here.
We will of course be covering the match across our social media channels, with reaction from Matt Taylor and a player to follow after the game.
Exeter City 4 Leyton Orient 0 | 06/03/21 | Sky Bet League Two
Matt Jay's first ever career hat trick coupled with Joel Randall's strike secured an emphatic win for the Grecians, who were three goals up at half time.