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Stevenage and Exeter face off on Saturday in England’s League Two. Read our expert predictions and find the best odds for the fixture below in our match preview.
Stevenage vs Exeter – Free Betting Tips & Predictions
Exeter put their eight-match unbeaten run on the line when they visit Stevenage on Saturday. Read our top three predictions for this weekend’s fixture below.
- Double Chance
- Draw or Exeter
- Total Goals
- Under 2.5 Goals
- Anytime Goalscorer
- Matt Jay (Exeter)
- No odds available yet
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Exeter Double Chance
Matt Taylor’s stubborn Exeter City are in the midst of an impressive eight-match unbeaten surge in League Two and The Imps have tasted defeat just once so far this term in the division. Their run includes a stretch of four games on the road without a loss and City are available at an interesting price in the double chance market on Saturday against a Stevenage team that dropped points in three of their last four home assignments.
Under 2.5 Goals
Exeter’s notoriously mean defence has been a massive factor in helping them to remain unbeaten for so long and with their reliable backline coming to the fore, under 2.5 goals were scored in five of their last eight games. The same market appeals on Saturday when The Imps travel to take on a Stevenage outfit that averaged just one goal per game across their last five tests at home.
Matt Jay to Score Anytime
Matt Jay is expected to be among the front runners in the race to win League Two’s Golden Boot this season and the Exeter hitman will hope to add to his early four-goal tally this weekend. Jay seems to excel in games against Stevenage and the clinical finisher has notched four times in his last four appearances against Borough. That exceptional record means that the 25-year-old is worth backing again in the anytime goalscorer market on Saturday.
Stevenage vs Exeter: Match Preview
Stevenage Team News
Midfielder Charlie Carter is rated as a doubt ahead of Saturday's game, though Stevenage have few injury worries elsewhere. Borough ended a dire run of nine matches without a win last weekend when they battled their way to a 2-0 win over Hartlepool, a victory they swiftly followed with another at Oxford in the EFL Trophy on Tuesday.
Exeter Team News
Kyle Taylor, Jack Sparkes and Sam Stubbs are expected to be absent for Exeter again this weekend, while Josh Coley and Sonny Cox are both struggling to be fit too. No club has lost fewer games in League Two this term than The Imps, though a haul of six draws from their first ten fixtures in the division means their points haul isn't as high as it might have been.
Top Betting Odds and Stats for Stevenage vs Exeter
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Stevenage vs Exeter Coverage and Frequently Asked Questions
Who won the last meeting between these clubs?
Exeter won 1-0 at Stevenage when the teams last met on February 2.
What time does this fixture kick off?
The game is scheduled to start at 16:00 CET (GMT +1).
Is this game on TV?
Stevenage vs Exeter is not being shown live on TV.