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[SPORT TV] Exeter City v Luton Town live stream 26 September 2023

Carabao Cup match Exeter vs Luton 26.09.2023. Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report ... Exeter City vs Luton Town.

The Hatters edged past Gillingham 3-2 in the second round to make it this far, while their hosts have already overcome Crawley Town and Stevenage in the 2023-24 edition. Match previewHitting the ground running at the start of the season, Exeter lost just one of their first eight competitive fixtures across all tournaments and embarked on a four-game winning streak between the end of August and beginning of September, including a penalty-shootout success against Stevenage in EFL Cup round two. In doing so, the League One outfit advanced to the third round of the tournament for the first time in 34 years, but Gary Caldwell has since overseen a dramatic nosedive in fortunes, including a record-breaking 9-0 home obliteration at the hands of Reading in the EFL Trophy last week. Redemption was not on the cards when Exeter travelled to meet Oxford United in Saturday's third-tier affair either, as an eighth-minute Ruben Rodrigues effort and pair of Cameron Brannagan penalties in the final 10 minutes subjected Caldwell's men to a comprehensive 3-0 loss. Muskwe joins Ilmari Niskanen, Dion Rankine, Jack Aitchison and Cheick Diabate in a well-stocked Exeter infirmary, while Ryan Trevitt had to come off at the break against Oxford after receiving treatment, and the Brentford loanee has emerged as a doubt for the third-round tie. Trevitt's withdrawal could lead to a recall for Caleb Watts in the middle, but on a more positive note, both Harry Kite and Vincent Harper battled back from their afflictions to earn some minutes at Oxford, although the latter was only brought off the bench in the dying embers. Meanwhile, Luton came out of their stalemate with Wolves unscathed on the physical front, leaving a quartet of absentees in Gabriel Osho (knee), Jordan Clark (ankle), Dan Potts (ankle) and Ross Barkley (thigh) in the care of the medical team. Exeter City vs. Luton Town (Sep 26, 2023) Live Score - ESPNTeam StatsEXELTNTotal Goals20Goal Difference10Assists22Goals Against10Game InformationSt James Park2:45 PM, September 26, 2023Exeter, England Top ScorersExeter City5A HartridgeDefender Matches: 2 Goals: 123K TaylorMidfielder Goals: 111J ScottForward Matches: 1 Goals: 1Luton Town45A DoughtyMidfielder Goals: 110C WoodrowForward Goals: 119J BrownForward Goals: 1Most AssistsExeter City8R TrevittMidfielder Assists: 119S CoxForward Assists: 1Luton Town8L BerryMidfielder Assists: 2Head To Head RecordLAST FIVE GAMESDateCOMPETITIONLuton Town1 - 0Exeter CityFeb 3, 2018English League TwoExeter City1 - 4Luton TownOct 17, 2017English League TwoLuton Town1 - 1Exeter CityMar 18, 2017English League TwoExeter City0 - 0Luton TownNov 26, 2016English League TwoExeter City1 - 3Luton TownNov 5, 2016English FA CupCarabao Cup NewsIs Man City's impossible quadruple dream actually a reality? Other teams have enjoyed periods of dominance in the Premier League, but City have set the bar to a new level. Where to watch Exeter City FC vs Luton Town FC on TV, live stream onlineExeter City FC will host Premier League side Luton Town FC at St James Park in the third round of the Carabao Cup 2023/24. Amid a poor start this season, Exeter City edged past Stevenage in the second round of the Carabao Cup to book a place in the third round. Lately, it’s been two consecutive defeats for Exeter City, last weekend at Oxford United and an embarrassing defeat to Reading FC. Luton Town FC are yet to hit the ground running following their promotion to the English Premier League for the 2023/24. Not since Luton's days in the doldrums of League Two have the Hatters squared off with Exeter in competitive action, but they departed the fourth tier with a seven-game unbeaten run against Exeter, whose most recent triumph over the Premier League new boys came all the way back in 2015. Exeter City EFL Cup form:Exeter City form (all competitions):Luton Town EFL Cup form:Luton Town form (all competitions):Team NewsExeter and Luton did business in the transfer market with the loan transfer of striker Admiral Muskwe to the Grecians, and while he will therefore not be eligible to face his parent club, he is dealing with a sore calf in any case. The Hatters failed to win a single game, having just one draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend. Luton Town advanced to the third round following the defeat of Gillingham FC. Match details Date: Tuesday 26th September 2023 Kick-off time: 7:45 PM UK Competition: Carabao Cup 2023/24. Where to watch Exeter City FC vs Luton Town FC on TV and live stream Unfortunately, the match will not be on TV in the UK. Alternatively, fans can follow iFollow ECFC and Hatters Player. Exeter City FC Form Guide Oxford United FC (loss), Reading FC (Loss), Cheltenham (Win), Leyton Orient (Loss), Burton Albion FC (Win). Barkley is the closest of the four to making a full recovery, but Edwards hinted last week that the playmaker would be targeting a return to action against former club Everton next weekend, so a comeback on Tuesday is seemingly off the cards. A selection of players are in line for promotion from the bench, though, with Tim Krul, Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, Ryan Giles, Mads Andersen, Tahith Chong and Cauley Woodrow expected to strut their stuff at St James Park. Exeter City possible starting lineup:Sinisalo; Sweeney, Aimson, Fitzwater; Kite, Carroll, Cole, Harper; Watts; Scott, WildschutLuton Town possible starting lineup:Krul; Kabore, Mengi, Lockyer, Andersen, Giles; Mpanzu, Berry; Chong; Woodrow, AdebayoWe say: Exeter City 0-3 Luton TownEven with a wealth of first-team regulars expected to enjoy a night off, Luton should not have to overcome many obstacles to sink an Exeter crop whose morale is surely at an all-time low. Preview: Exeter City vs. Luton Town - prediction, team news, lineupsSports Mole previews Tuesday's EFL Cup clash between Exeter City and Luton Town, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Fresh from picking up their first-ever point in Premier League football, Luton Town seek a safe passage into the fourth round of the EFL Cup when they travel to League One outfit Exeter City on Tuesday. From being beaten in just one of their eight opening fixtures in 2023-24, the Grecians have now come out on the wrong end of the scoreline in three of their last four contests, but a first EFL Cup third-round appearance since the turn of the millennium is still nothing to be scoffed at. The visit of Luton will come exactly one week after a rampant Reading put nine unanswered goals past Caldwell's men in the EFL Trophy, and while such a mauling was surely a one-off, their Premier League counterparts were certainly in the mood at the weekend. Just when the Hatters were beginning to run out of steam against Wolverhampton Wanderers, who managed to quell a barrage of Luton attacks in the opening 25 minutes, Rob Edwards's side received a most opportune fillip when Jean-Ricner Bellegarde kicked out at Tom Lockyer and was banished from the field of play. Nevertheless, Gary O'Neil's side drew first blood five minutes into the second half thanks to a fine individual goal from Pedro Neto, but Luton would get off the mark in the Premier League in contentious circumstances, as Joao Gomes was penalised for handball inside the area, and Carlton Morris stroked home from 12 yards. Rob Edwards’ side had began their Premier League campaign with four successive defeats, but are now off the mark, which is certainly a step in the right direction. In the Carabao Cup, Luton ousted Gillingham 3-2 last month, Jacob Brown, Alfie Doughty and Cauley Woodrow on target, so victory here would see them reach the fourth round for the first time since 2007. Hosts Exeter City meantime have enjoyed wins over Crawley and Stevenage, thereby getting this for for the first time in 34 years. The Grecians are flying-high in League One, currently in sixth place, although Gary Caldwell’s team were hammered 3-0 by Oxford United at the weekend, thereby suffering a bit of a reality check. So, Luton Town should be too strong at St James Park. Exeter City vs Luton Town betting tips: Carabao Cup preview, predictions and oddsExeter City vs Luton Town odds and betting statisticsExeter City vs Luton Town recommended betsTip of the dayExeter City vs Luton TownLuton to win 2-0 against Exeter- 15/2! At 15/2, a £10 bet would return £85! Exeter City vs Luton Town match previewAfter picking up their first-ever Premier League point on Saturday, will Luton Town avoid an embarrassing Carabao Cup exit? At the weekend, Carlton Morris converted a very controversial penalty as the Hatters held ten-man Wolverhampton Wanderers to a 1-1 draw at Kenilworth Road. Exeter City - Luton Town: Live Stream & on TV today Where to live stream & watch Exeter City - Luton Town on TV today: Is it on Prime Video, etc? Discover all live stream and TV options now on JustWatch! Luton threw the kitchen sink at Wolves in their bid to find a winner, but following a late disallowed goal for Chiedozie Ogbene, the hosts would settle for a draw against the 10 men of Wolves, who could count themselves lucky not to have become the Hatters' first Premier League victims. Prior to Saturday's well-earned point, Luton only had a narrow 3-2 EFL Cup second-round success over Gillingham to shout about, and Edwards's side remain without a clean sheet since the season commenced, but they will be firm favourites to reach round four of the EFL Cup for the first time since the 2007-08 campaign. iFollow - Exeter City FC The official streaming service of Exeter City FC. With live video streaming of matches, audio match commentary, behind the scenes content, newsletters, match ...

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