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Match preview: Exeter v Wednesday

9 December 2022

Exeter v Wednesday
Saturday 10 December
League One
St James’ Park


The main event in the football calendar on Saturday sees the Owls travel to Exeter!

Wednesday make the 500-mile round trip looking to extend their strong run of form in League One.

It’s no defeats in our last eight league outings and a win on Saturday could send the Owls top.


Exeter have settled nicely on their return to the third tier following promotion last season.

The Grecians are comfortably in mid-table and sit 11th with 26 points.

The game is a sell-out for both home and away supporters.


Wednesday: Both Josh Windass and Lee Gregory are back in contention this weekend after sitting out at Derby last Saturday.

Akin Famewo could make his first league appearance since MK Dons back in August.

The defender has recovered from injury and stored vital game minutes with the Under-21s and in a friendly at Huddersfield in midweek.

Dennis Adeniran also featured in West Yorkshire as he negotiates the final stages of his rehabilitation programme.


George Byers (foot) will miss out, along with longer term absentees Michael Ihiekwe and Ben Heneghan.

Exeter: With no fresh injury concerns, the Grecians may opt to go with a similar line-up that gained a point last weekend away at Morecambe.



Referee: Neil Hair
Assistant referee 1: Christopher Wade
Assistant referee 2: Louis Marks
Fourth official: Gary Parsons


Extended iFollow coverage of the Owls resumes on Saturday as we make the long trip to Exeter.

Match passes for a live stream of the game, which is sold out to visiting supporters, are on sale now HERE in the UK and overseas.


The hashtag for the game is #EXESHW

Our official Twitter account @swfc will provide a blow-by-blow text update of the game, team news at 2:00pm and all the key news from St James’ Park.

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9 Jan 2021 | Exeter 0-2 Owls | FA Cup
11 Feb 2012 | Exeter 2-1 Owls | League One
24 Sept 2011 | Owls 3-0 Exeter | League One
7 May 2011 | Owls 1-2 Exeter| League One
18 Dec 2010 | Exeter 5-1 Owls | League One


Following isolated anti-social behaviour incidents this season, we are reinforcing the importance of all supporters staying within EFL Ground Regulations, which can be found HERE.

Under the banner of ‘Love Football. Protect The Game’ the FA, Premier League and EFL have together introduced new measures and stronger sanctions across the game to tackle the increased anti-social and criminal behaviours recently seen within football grounds. Find out more HERE.

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Match Reports

Report: Exeter 1-1 Wednesday

10 December 2022

Wednesday were heading for a bitter double blow on a freezing afternoon at Exeter before substitute Callum Paterson rescued a stoppage-time point.

Jake Caprice gave the Grecians a lead they held onto right until the death before Paterson popped up to salvage a share of the spoils.

But prior to the late drama, and just half-an-hour in, Barry Bannan limped out of the action and Darren Moore will face an anxious wait for a prognosis on his influential captain.

In the final analysis, Exeter will probably feel hard done by having been denied the win but Wednesday have displayed a sterner side this season and obliged once again to stay on the promotion trail.


The Owls began well enough - Josh Windass sent an early sighter on goal from a set piece that Jamal Blackman did well to keep out at his near post - before the hosts grew into the game.

Mark McGuinness came to Wednesday’s rescue, hoofing off the line from a goalmouth scramble, as Exeter began to make their mark.

But from nowhere, the Owls fashioned a clear opening as Exeter’s defence was caught cold from a deep free kick.


Bannan picked out Windass advancing into the box and again Blackman came out on top, deflecting the first time shot wide.

That proved Bannan’s last involvement as the skipper was forced off through injury moments later and his replacement, Tyreeq Bakinson, came close to an instant impact.

Bakinson created space just outside the penalty area with a rampaging run and Blackman was relieved to see a fierce hit just evade the target.


The first half ended with McGuinness heading a Windass corner narrowly over and in terms of chances, if not possession, the Owls had the edge.

But the pendulum swung the way of the home side 10 minutes into the second half.

Caprice picked up a loose ball 25 yards out and unleashed a whistling drive that went in off the far post past the diving David Stockdale.    


The breakthrough gave the Grecians belief and they certainly looked favourites to hold onto the points as the second period progressed.

Wednesday threw on forward trio Lee Gregory, Mallik Wilks and Paterson but to little avail and if there was to be another goal, it seemed it would go in Exeter’s favour.

And with 12 minutes to go, a second almost came. Stockdale’s clearance fell at the feet of Jay Stansfield, whose snapshot was goalbound but the Owls’ keeper redeemed himself with a super save.


Liam Palmer fell to the floor late on under a challenge from Caprice in the box but the penalty appeals were denied to sum up what appeared to be an all-round day to forget.

But with effectively the last kick of the contest, Gregory chested a long ball into the path of Paterson, who needed no second invitation to slot low past Blackman and extend the Owls’ unbeaten run to nine games.                                          

Wednesday: Stockdale, Iorfa, Palmer, McGuinness, James, Vaulks (Gregory 64), Dele-Bashiru, Bannan (Bakinson 35), Johnson, Windass (Wilks 77), Smith (Paterson 77)

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Ticket News

Ticket details: Exeter v Wednesday

22 November 2022

The Owls travel to Exeter on Saturday 10 December (3.00pm) in Sky Bet League One and ticket details have been confirmed.

We have an allocation of 1,311 for this all-ticket fixture.


Adults: £27
65 and over: £24
18 - 23: £24
Under 18s: £13


Adults: £20
65 and over: £17
18 - 23: £17
Under 18s: £8

There are three wheelchair spaces which are priced at the relevant seating price above plus a carer free of charge.

Inter City Owl - One official travel coach will be in operation for this fixture with two pick up points, Hillsborough and Flat Street, from 7:30am. Prices are adults £54 and children £53.

Sale details:

Wednesday 23 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 950 or more TPP

Wednesday 23 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 900 or more TPP

Thursday 24 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 850 or more TPP

Thursday 24 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 800 or more TPP

Friday 25 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 750 or more TPP

Friday 25 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 700 or more TPP

Monday 28 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 650 or more TPP

Monday 28 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 600 or more TPP

Tuesday 29 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 550 or more TPP

Tuesday 29 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders with 500 or more TPP

Wednesday 30 November (9:00am): Season Ticket holders with 460 or more TPP

Wednesday 30 November (2:00pm): Season Ticket holders

Thursday 1 December (9:00am): Members and Owls Foundation Members

Thursday 1 December (2:00pm): General sale

Sale dates are subject to availability.

Tickets can be purchased at the Ticket Office, Online Shop or by telephone on 03700 201867 (option 1 - £2 booking fee per ticket).

Supporters who attend this game and purchase in advance will receive 10 Ticket Priority Points.

Please note that for certain away games, including this fixture, fans can choose the row and seat numbers when booking online.

We are unable to group different bookings from different sale phases together.

Supporters must log in before purchase and note that the game will only show as available to buy with the relevant amount of Ticket Priority Points. This can be found under the personal details tab.

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