Exeter City's U23 side will face West Ham U23 at St James Park on Tuesday night, knowing only a win will do if they face any chance of progression from the Premier League Cup group stage.
The Grecians face an uphill struggle to progress as one of the group's top two sides, but it is still possible should they beat the Hammers. Dan Green's side drew 2-2 with Swansea City in South Wales on Friday.
Dan Green's Thoughts
Following Friday's draw at Swansea, U23 coach Dan Green stressed the importance of the City supporters backing their future.
"They've backed us really well in this campaign - and if they come on Tuesday they may even see some players that are even younger than what we saw today and get a chance to see some players they haven't seen before."
The IP Office Main Stand will be open on the night.
- Adults: £5
- Seniors/18-23s: £4
- Under-18s: £1
Tickets can be purchased online in advance by clicking here or on the night at SJP.
How To Follow
We will be streaming the match live on our YouTube channel, with commentary from our very own Jed Penberthy.
If you are unable to watch, you can follow all the action on our social media channels with live match coverage throughout the evening.
City sit third in the group with two matches left to play. Following Tuesday match versus West Ham, City will face Wolves away from home in February in the final fixture.
Campaign So Far
Match One: Exeter City u23s 1 Swansea City u23s 1 (September 7 2021)
Callum Rowe opened his account in red and white to cancel out Dylan Morgan's long range opener.
Match Two: Exeter City 2 Wolves 3 (September 15, 2021)
City’s under-23s suffered a narrow defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers under-23s in their second match of the Premier League Cup.
Match Three: West Ham Utd 3 City 2 (October 13, 2021)
City U23 suffered a second consecutive 3-2 defeat in their Premier League Cup group stage as they were beaten by West Ham United at their Rush Green Training Ground.
Match Four: Swansea City 2 City 2 (January 14, 2021)
Goals from Callum Rowe and Ben Seymour helped City to a point on the road.