Exeter vs Ipswich
Exeter will play host Ipswich on Saturday for England league one match looking to pick third win on row. Host are been playing quite solidly this season. It can also be said that for now, they are exceeding expectations because this club won a place in league one last season. They are currently in 9th position in the table with 25 points.
Ipswich have been impressive this season and they sits on the second position with 38 points as they heads to the contest. They are four points behind the top runners Plymouth and they will be looking to instil more pressure on them. Based on both sides performances,we predict more than two goals.
Exeter City possible starting lineup:Blackman; Key, Sweeney, Hartridge; Caprice, Collins, Dieng, Sparkes; Brown; Nombe, Stansfield
Ipswich Town possible starting lineup:Walton; Burgess, Woolfenden, Edmundson; Burns, Humphreys, Morsy, Davis; Chaplin, Harness; Ladapo
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