Exeter City U23's continue their Premier League Cup campaign this Wednesday against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Grecians drew 1-1 last Tuesday with Swansea City to kick off the group stage, after Callum Rowe's strike from range cancelled out Dylan Morgan's goal for the Swans. Category One Academy Wolves offer another tough test for City, who go into the game on the back of an U18's loss against Cheltenham Town on the weekend. With more senior players elligible for this competition though, the Grecians can be quietly confident to build on last Tuesday's draw.
Wolves opened their Premier League Cup with a 1-0 victory over West Ham United as Harry Birtwistle's strike seperated the sides. On the weekend the Black Country side returned to Premier League 2 action and drew with Burnley. Last season, Wanderers reched the semi-finals of PL2 and this term have started in the same push for promotion sitting in 6th.
Dan Green's Thoughts
"Wolves will be different to Swansea in their own way but can play a similar style. One that we must be ready to adapt to.
"I would love the fans to come and watch one of these games. In six months, a year pehaps, the fans will get to say 'I remember that night, and and then remember their first team debut'.
"That's what creates the connections between the fans and our players are nights like this."
The IP Office Main Stand open on the night.
Tickets can be purchased in advance, on the gate, or from the ticket booth on match day. Seating is unreserved.
- Adults: £5
- Seniors/18-23s: £4
- Under-18s: £1
To purchase online, click here.
How To Follow
Live on Youtube
Will be streaming the game live on the Exeter City FC Youtube channel with Commentary from Jed Penberthy and Robert Kershaw.
You can find the link to the stream from 6:55pm here.
There will of course be live coverage across our social media channels, as well as reaction from Dan Green and a player following the conclusion of the match.
City's Last Match
Exeter City 1 Swansea City 1 | 07/09/21 | St James Park
Callum Rowe opened his account in Red & White to cancel out Dylan Morgan's long range opener.