Jackson and Edun Make Full Debuts at Exeter
Tuesday, 14th Aug 2018 19:13
Town boss Paul Hurst has made three changes for this evening’s Carabao Cup tie at Exeter with striker Kayden Jackson and midfielder Tayo Edun making their full Town debuts, while Freddie Sears returns to the XI.
Cole Skuse and Ellis Harrison drop to the bench but Gwion Edwards misses out with a minor quad problem.
Teddy Bishop, who last played on Boxing Day, and Danny Rowe are among the subs for the first time this season.
Exeter include ex-Blues Lee Martin, who makes his full debut for the Grecians, and Troy Brown.
Exeter City: Pym, Sweeney, Brown, A Martin, Woodman, Boateng, Tillson, Taylor (c), L Martin, Jay, Stockley. Subs: Hamon, Forte, Oates, Abrahams, Croll, Collins, Sparkes.
Town: Bialkowski, Donacien, Nsiala, Chambers (c), Knudsen, Chalobah, Edun, Sears, Nolan, Ward, Jackson. Subs: Gerken, Skuse, Harrison, Spence, Bishop, Rowe, Kenlock. Referee: Brett Huxtable (Devon).
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