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          Exeter City vs. Fleetwood Town Betting Tip

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          Draw @ 23/10
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          Match Result

          Exeter City

          Oxford United


          80%

          Exe

          20%

          draw

          60%

          Oxf

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Exeter City

          Oxford United


          80%

          Exe

          50%

          combined

          20%

          Oxf

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Exeter City

          Oxford United


          80%

          Exe

          70%

          combined

          60%

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          Exeter City vs. Fleetwood Town Prediction, Tips & Stats

          In the ever-unpredictable realm of League One football, this Saturday brings forth a crucial encounter between Exeter City and Fleetwood Town at St James Park. Both sides find themselves embroiled in their respective battles within the division, making this matchup more than just a routine fixture in the calendar.

          Sitting at 14th in the table, Exeter City have navigated through the season with a degree of solidity, if not spectacular flair. With 39 points to their name, the Grecians are seven points clear of the relegation mire but are acutely aware that their League One status is not yet secured. Recent form suggests a side struggling to find consistency, having won two and lost three of their last five outings. A narrow 1-0 defeat away at Lincoln City last time out will have done little to boost morale, either.

          At home, their record mirrors the inconsistency that has defined their season; victories have been interspersed with draws and defeats, leaving supporters guessing which version of their team will turn up. The challenge for manager Gary Caldwell is to galvanise his squad into a cohesive unit, particularly in attack where Exeter have found goals hard to come by, netting a mere twenty-five times in the league, a statistic only worsened by one other team in the division. Reece Cole, their leading scorer with just four goals, symbolises the struggle at the sharp end of the pitch.

          For Fleetwood Town, the situation is more dire. Rooted in 23rd place with 26 points, the Cod Army are seven points adrift of safety, a gap that manager Charlie Adam is desperate to close. Recent form has offered glimmers of hope, with two wins, a draw, and two losses in their last five matches, yet a winless streak in their last three games underscores the challenge ahead. A 2-1 defeat at home to a high-flying Barnsley side in their most recent fixture was a predictable outcome but did little to aid their survival ambitions.

          Away from home, Fleetwood's record is disheartening, with just one win in their last nine league outings. It's a statistic that Adam and his squad will be keen to improve upon, starting at Exeter. In Jayden Stockley, they have a forward who has managed to find the net six times this season, though no player has truly stood out in what has been a collectively underwhelming campaign.

          The last meeting between these two sides saw Fleetwood emerge as comfortable 3-0 victors, a result that will give them confidence heading into this reverse fixture. However, past performances and current form suggest that this encounter could be a tightly contested affair, with both teams acutely aware of what's at stake.

          For Exeter, a win would provide a cushion against the teams below them, possibly easing the pressure as they head into the final stretch of the season. For Fleetwood, victory is imperative if they are to bridge the gap to safety and keep their League One survival hopes alive.

          For our Fleetwood vs. Exeter prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.

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          Exeter Team News

          Long-term absentee Demetri Mitchell is unlikely to appear again this season while Alex Hartridge is also likely to miss out here.

          Both Ryan Woods and Mo Eisa will be hoping for a recall to the starting lineup in anticipation of a shakeup following the defeat to Lincoln last time out.

          Fleetwood Team News

          The Cod Army come into this one without the services of Junio Quitirna who continues to miss out through injury.

          Top scorer Jayden Stockley was left on the bench for the defeat against Barnsley last weekend and it's highly likely he returns to the starting lineup here, while Shaun Rooney is also pushing to play fro the first whistle.

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