Bristol Rovers and Exeter City are set to clash at the Memorial Stadium this Thursday evening with the two sides separated by three points in the league table ahead of the clash in what has been a crazy few weeks in League One.
Bristol are heading into this one with eight wins and eight losses now after a defeat to Wycombe Wanderers on Monday. The club have now let in a stunning 37 goals and scored 35 of their own, but they have played more games than many sides around them.
As for Exeter, they drew 0-0 with Portsmouth in their attempts to get into the top half of the table and they have now let in 33 goals and scored the same amount.
The club now have a gap of three points to deal with on Bristol Rovers, but they are just one point behind Shrewsbury Town in 12th. Exeter are also a healthy eight points above the bottom three.