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Exeter City vs Ipswich Town betting tips: League One preview, predictions and odds


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Exeter City vs Ipswich Town

Ipswich to win 2-1 against Exeter- 15/2!

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At 15/2, a £10 bet would return £85!

Exeter City vs Ipswich Town

November 19, 2022

12:00 pm GMT

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Match preview

Will Ipswich Town’s excellent form continue?

Last weekend, despite taking the lead through Luke Woolfenden, the Tractor Boys were held to a 1-1 draw by Cheltenham at Portman Road.

Nevertheless, Kieran McKenna’s men have only lost one of their last eight, so sit second, four points below league-leaders Plymouth.

Exeter City meanwhile are just below the play-off places.

The Grecians dramatically beat Peterborough in a five-goal thriller last Saturday.

Sam Nombe equalising at St James’ Park with just four minutes to go, before Jevani Brown won it in stoppage time.

This was Gary Caldwell’s first league victory in charge, following a draw at Derby and a 4-2 defeat to local rivals Plymouth.

Will there be a winner in Devon?


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