Exeter City make the short journey up the M5 tonight to play West Country rivals Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium. A win will move City into the automatic promotion places on goal difference.
The Grecians have won four out of their last five games to cement their place in the play-off positions. They had a convincing 3-0 win over fellow promotion contenders Northampton on Saturday.
City's form on the road has been excellent. Their last away match saw a 2-0 victory at second-placed Port Vale.
Paul Tisdale has no new injury concerns. Alan Gow, Liam Sercombe and Myles Anderson remain sidelined, while Mark Molesley serves the second game of his three-match suspension.
Bristol Rovers have made significant progress under new manager John Ward. The Pirates were rock bottom in December and sacked Mark McGhee after a 4-1 defeat at York City.
Under Ward, Rovers have won 7 out of 13 games. On Saturday they had a comfortable 3-0 win over third-placed Burton Albion, and are now 17th in the table.
Joe Anyinsah is a doubt for the match with a hamstring injury, but Fabian Broghammer has returned to training.
Rovers are looking to complete the double over Exeter. They won 2-1 at St James Park back in September to record their first win of the season after eight attempts.
BRISTOL ROVERS: W L D L W
EXETER CITY: W W L W W
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