Ross Embleton’s men make the journey south west after a home defeat against Swindon Town last weekend, but will look to bounce back in to form against The Grecians tomorrow.
Exeter sit at the top of the League Two table and have been in excellent form as they are one of only two sides yet to taste defeat this campaign.
Their impressive start recently saw manager Matt Taylor awarded the SkyBet League Two manager of the month award.
Last time out, Exeter made the long trip to Carlisle United and ran out 1-3 winners. Lee Martin, Aaron Martin and Nicky Law all scored to keep their side unbeaten.
Last weekend Ross was delighted to welcome Joe Widdowson back in to the fold having missed two weeks through a rib injury.
This weekend will hopefully see Myles Judd return to the travelling squad after illness has seen the youngster sidelined for the past two match days.
Tomorrow’s referee will be Peter Wright, he will be assisted by Samuel Ogles and Simon Shaw with Kevin Morris as the fourth official. The Merseyside born official last took charge of the O’s in the Semi-Final of the FA Trophy against AFC Telford United and he sent off Matt Harrold on that day. So far this season, Wright has taken charge of six EFL fixtures and has handed out 20 yellow cards, one red card and one penalty kick.