Date:Monday November 23 2009
St. James Park
Exeter City return to St. James Park for the first time in three weeks, where they will face South Londoners Milwall.
The Grecians are currently on a five match unbeaten run, and the last two away performances in particular will have garnered great optimism among the City faithful.
Milwall will be looking to bounce back after Saturday`s shock home defeat to Wycombe. However, Kenny Jackett`s side have only once on the road this season, and that was at Stockport who have already lost six games at home.
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale may opt to start with an unchanged side for the third game in succession. Tisdale seems to have found a settled frontline of Barry Corr and Stuart Fleetwood, but late goals for both Adam Stansfield and Richard Logan will give the Grecians supremo plenty to think about.
Can he score a third free-kick in successive matches? Much more than that, Harley is capable of dictating the midfield.
Injured Gary Alexander won`t be making a return to St. James Park. Alexander`s goals helped the Grecians remain in the Football League when he was on loan from West Ham a decade ago. Fellow striker Neil Harris will also miss the match with a back injury.
Defender Tony Craig is also out, while James Henry remains a doubt.
If fit, he will pose a threat to the Grecians backline
The Grecians haven`t met the South Londoners for 25 years but there have been 64 previous meetings between the sides. Milwall have the upper hand with 32 wins to Exeter`s 20, and there have been 12 draws.
Last Meetings: Old Division 3 (third tier): 1983/84
Milwall 3 Exeter City 0
Exeter City 3 Milwall 2
Exeter City 1 Milwall 1
Saturday 28th November, 3pm
FA Cup 2nd Round
Milton Keynes Dons v Exeter City
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Date:Monday November 23 2009
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