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The Big Match Preview - Exeter

20 October 2014

All you need to know ahead of the trip to Devon on Tuesday night (k.o. 7.45pm).

Exeter City are the next side to challenge Wanderers' incredible unbeaten run when the two sides meet at St. James' Park on Tuesday evening.

It's no secret that Devon has been a happy hunting ground for Gareth Ainsworth in his time as Wanderers boss but taking another scalp won't be easy against an Exeter side who have lost just one of their last seven league matches.

A credible 1-1 draw at Southend at the weekend was boosted by the return of influential midfielder Liam Sercombe, while top scorer Graham Cummins found the net once again.

As for Wycombe, they remain high in confidence after a 2-0 win at AFC Wimbledon which keeps them top of the table, and will hope to make the journey south with no fresh injury worries.

Tickets
Prices are as follows:

Seating:
Adults - £21
Over 61s - £16
Under 18s/students - £7
Under 12s - £4

Standing:
Adults - £16
Over 61s - £13
Under 18s/students - £6
Under 12s - £3

Please note ticket prices for adults and over 61s increase by £1 on the day of the match.

Call 01494 441118, book online or buy from the Information Centre at Adams Park.

Tickets go off sale on the afternoon of the game but will be available to purchase on arrival at the stadium.

Travel
Click here to read Adrian Wood's handy guide for travel and transport to the stadium.

Listen live
Phil Catchpole and Will Vince are the men behind the mic, bringing Player subscribers full match commentary from the first kick to the last. Tune in from 7.40pm.

Fancy a flutter?
Sky Bet's top tip is for a draw at 11/5, with odds of 100/30 for a 1-1, 2-2 or 3-3 scoreline.

Wanderers are 5/4 to win, while an Exeter victory is available at 21/10. Click here for the full list of odds.

Placing bets through Sky Bet could help win £250,000 for the club's transfer budget and £5,000 for yourself - click here to find out how. Remember, you could also win the spectacular prize of being parachuted into the stadium to deliver the matchball for a game!

Previous meeting
A wonder goal from Max Kretzschmar earned the Blues all three points in the same fixture last season - view highlights from that match below:





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