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Match Preview: Stevenage vs Exeter City

8 October 2021

Match Previews

Match Preview: Stevenage vs Exeter City

8 October 2021

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Stevenage welcome Exeter City from Devon to The Lamex Stadium this Saturday for an important 3pm Sky Bet League Two fixture…

Alex Revell’s men look to build on a successful week for the club, after a 2-0 win last Saturday at home to Hartlepool United was followed by a 2-1 win in Oxford on Tuesday. Boro, who currently sit in 17th, are only three points away from the Play-Off places due to the tightness of the League as it stands, so a win on Saturday could see Stevenage make a significant climb up the table.

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Nicknamed the Grecians, Exeter City currently find themselves 6th in Sky Bet League Two after a satisfactory start to the 2021/22 campaign. In their opening ten games, they have picked up three wins, six draws and have only lost one game. As it stands, Matt Taylor’s side are unbeaten at home this season but as for their away form, they have only managed to win one out of a possible five.

Since Exeter’s relegation from Sky Bet League One in 2012, they have been a consistently competitive side in Sky Bet League Two yet have struggled to overcome the final hurdle. The Grecian supporters will be hoping that this season is a positive one for them, with the clear end goal of promotion.


Stevenage and Exeter are two sides familiar with each other, however it is Saturday’s visitors who have history on their side when looking at previous contests between the two clubs. In the twenty-nine past matchups, the Grecians have won thirteen, with Boro winning six and the sides drawing ten times.

The last time Stevenage picked up three points against Exeter was in April 2018 at the Lamex Stadium. Boro won 3-1 on the day, all thanks to a hat trick from a certain Alex Revell. In the Line-up for the opposition that day was current Stevenage superstar Jake Taylor.


  • Referee – Christopher Pollard
  • Assistant Referee – Scott Williams
  • Assistant Referee – Damith Bandara
  • Fourth Official – Conor Farrell


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