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­čÄą Freeview | Extended Exeter Highlights

Extended highlights of this entertaining clash with The Grecians.

21 October 2018

Extended highlights of this entertaining clash with The Grecians.

iFollow subscribers can sit back and watch the whole game here.

In an entertaining contest, the Mariners had the better of the first half and created several chances but were unable to make any of them count.

The visitors then created more after the break and had the opportunity to open the scoring with a penalty but Pierce Sweeney's spot-kick was brilliantly saved by James McKeown.

Town boss Michael Jolley named the same XI that began the last league game against Port Vale, with goalkeeper McKeown behind a back four of Reece Hall-Johnson, Alex Whitmore, Danny Collins and Luke Henrie.

Harry Clifton, Mitch Rose and Elliot Embleton were the midfielders, with Charles Vernam, Wes Thomas and JJ Hooper in attack.

John Welsh and Jordan Cook made returns to the bench, where they were joined by Jake Hessenthaler, Akin Famewo, Ahkeem Rose, Ben Pringle and Sam Russell.

Exeter made the long journey north looking to continue their excellent form which had taken them to second place in the League Two table.

Matt Taylor's side included the division's top scorer Jayden Stockley, who would be out to add to his tally of nine goals so far this campaign.


Town

1 James McKeown 
2 Reece Hall-Johnson 
27 Luke Hendrie 
25 Alex Whitmore 
6 Danny Collins (C) 
8 Mitch Rose 
22 Elliot Embleton 
15 Harry Clifton 
39 Wes Thomas 
18 Charles Vernam 
9 JJ Hooper

Subs

23 Sam Russell 
12 Akin Famewo 
11 Jordan Cook 
7 Jake Hessenthaler 
30 Ben Pringle 
4 John Welsh 
21 Ahkeem Rose

Exeter City

1 Christy Pym 
2 Pierce Sweeney 
21 Dean Moxey 
23 Luke Croll 
5 Aaron Martin 
25 Jake Taylor (C) 
8 Nicky Law 
44 Hiram Boateng 
10 Lee Holmes 
14 Jonathan Forte 
11 Jayden Stockley

Subs

13 James Hamon 
4 Dara O'Shea 
3 Craig Woodman 
7 Lee Martin 
6 Jordan Tillson 
19 Tristan Abrahams 
17 Matt Jay


Attendance: 4,037 (130)


Referee: Matt Donohue


Next Up: Colchester United (H) 


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