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City travel to struggling Rovers

City travel to struggling Rovers

This Saturday sees Exeter City travel struggling Bristol Rovers looking for a third straight victory.

Recent home successes over Swindon and Dagenham & Redbridge has City perched neatly in the top half of League One.

Paul Tisdale will be able to call on Troy Archibald-Henville and Liam Sercombe, the pair have shaken off minor knocks.

The game will be the last for striker Marcus Stewart who will retire after the game.

Bristol Rovers also come into the game in some form having beaten Yeovil and Bournemouth in their last two games.

They will be hoping that top scorer Will Hoskins can recover from an ankle injury that saw him limp out of their last game.

Defender Gary Sawyer is also a doubt, he is struggling with a groin injury.

The teams have already met twice this season . The league meeting at St James` Park in August resulted in an entertaining 2-2 draw. The sides also met in the JPT where the Grecians won 5-4 on penalties after another 2-2 draw.







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Writer:Kithson Bain
Date:Friday April 8 2011
Time: 9:32PM

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