It is a big opportunity to show that, ” Caldwell added. City will be without Rekeem Harper who is unable to play under the terms of his loan arrangement from the Tractor Boys. But after returning last week, Jonathan Grounds could be fit to start if needed after a full week of training. Cheick Diabate is also set to be involved.
They have impressed so far, but back-to-back draws at home to Cheltenham Town, and away to Charlton Athletic – the latter despite being 4-2 up in the 96th minute – have hurt their progress. Read More - 'Incredible' Jay Stansfield showing he is ready for the Premier League It is the first league meeting between the clubs since 1957 - but the pair have met in cup competitions three times this decade. Ipswich beat the Grecians 3-2 in the EFL Cup in 2010, before in 2018, City beat the Tractor Boys on penalties in the first round.
Exeter City aim to show Ipswich Town and Sky TV how good they areExeter City will once again be looking to put on a show for the Sky TV cameras this weekend as Ipswich Town visit St James Park. It is the third time the Grecians have been televised since their return to League One – a 4-0 win at Forest Green Rovers, before the 4-2 loss to Plymouth Argyle. After the dramatic 3-2 win over Peterborough United last Saturday, City come into the game full of confidence. But Gary Caldwell’s reign in charge doesn’t get any easier as the second-placed Tractor Boys are the visitors to Devon on Saturday at what will be a sold-out St James Park. Kieran McKenna’s men have only lost twice so far this season and are keen to end their four year spell in the third tier.
“We are clear how we want to win football matches, have good tactical flexibility and a clear game plan they have followed to the letter. “I am delighted with performance levels and results, bar the mistakes we made at Argyle, and am really happy with the level. But there can be no complacency and we cannot take our foot off the gas. It is another massive test against Ipswich but we have done lots of hard work this week. “We are relishing the challenge and we play with no fear, but we respect everyone and go into games ready to win.
It will not be easy. Last week was an emotional roller-coaster, but that is what it takes. We have to attack well, defend well, get the big moments right, and we have to be prepared for that on Saturday. “Ipswich are tactically one of the best teams in the league. They are very flexible in how they attack and defend, and the best possession-based team in the league, overload the pitch with a lot of bodies, and will give us questions to answer. But we are very clear on how we can win matches and how we can hurt them.
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It is another big game and we are looking for SJP to be full and take us onto another victory. ” Goal celebrations for Jevani Brown of Exeter City during the Sky Bet League 1 Match between Exeter City and Peterborough United at St James Park, Exeter on 12 November 2022. Photo: Tom Sandberg/PPAUK With the Sky TV cameras in town, the game kicks-off at the earlier time at 12pm. For City though, the change of time won’t be affecting their preparation – other than making sure the players get an early night’s sleep – and wake up in time to get to the ground. “It gives the players an opportunity to show the rest of the UK how good we are and where Exeter City is on the football map.
The last meeting was in January 2020 when Lee Martin scored a stoppage-time winner for Exeter in a 2-1 win in the EFL Trophy. Caldwell is expecting another tough clash this weekend. But it is one that he and the players come into full of confidence after a good week of training on the grass, and are hoping that the St James Park atmosphere can inspire them on to another three points. “We understand how difficult life in League One is, ” Caldwell said.
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