All roads lead to St James Park tonight as far as Exeter City fans are concerned. The Park will be rocking as a sell-out crowd of 8,500 will be watching the Grecians attempt to reach a Wembley final.
City take on Carlisle United in the second leg of the League Two play-offs. The sides drew 3 - 3 in an action-packed first game in Cumbria last Sunday. They have met three times this season and all the games have been high-scoring affairs.
On 19 November Exeter conceded two late goals at Brunton Park to go down 3 - 2. That defeat sent City to the bottom of the League Two table but a twelve match unbeaten run saw them move into the play-offs.
A couple of weeks ago on the last day of the regular season, the Cumbrians won 3 - 2 at St James Park. Carlisle had to win that day to secure a play-off spot but Exeter had already secured theirs.
The Grecians were 3 - 1 up in the first leg of the play-off semi-final at Brunton Park and had two goals disallowed so they'll be hoping tonight it is a case of fourth time lucky.