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Exeter players arrive in Liverpool

On their way! Exeter are airborne. Credit: Richard Lawrence\ITV News
The Grecians check in for their flight to Liverpool. Credit: Richard Lawrence\ITV News

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Thousands of Exeter City fans head to Anfield

Exeter City's Alex Nicholls and Liverpool's Brad Smith (right) battle for the ball during the Emirates FA Cup, third round match at St James Park, Exeter. Credit: PA David Davies

It's a big day for Exeter City and their fans, who are making the trip to Liverpool for an historic third-round FA Cup replay.

The Grecians came close to beating the Premier League giants in the first game at St James Park.

6,000 Exeter City fans are heading to Anfield for the match and the good luck messages are already coming in.

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Mascot picked for Exeter City V Liverpool F.C

Cameron Ward will take on the role of Exeter City mascot when the team go head to head with Liverpool on January 20 Credit: ITV News

Exeter City go head to head with Liverpool and the Grecians mascot is the son of a Liverpool F.C super fan.

Chris Ward is originally from Wirral but moved to Honiton nearly twenty years ago.

Now Chris' 13 year old son Cameron who supports Exeter City will be a mascot when the sides meet each other tomorrow (Jan 20).

Cameron Ward supports Exeter City Credit: ITV News

Baxter: 'It will be very difficult to progress'

Exeter Chiefs' Head Coach Rob Baxter admits his team are unlikely to qualify for the knock-out stages of the European Champions Cup.

The Chiefs lost 34-27 to Bordeaux Begles, which leaves them third in Pool Three:

Full-back Byron McGuigan says the team can be proud of their efforts, while Scrum-half Dave Lewis says there is still a slim chance of qualifying:

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