Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth is looking forward to an exciting game against Exeter City tomorrow, but is fearful of Paul Tisdale’s side.

Despite losing Ollie Watkins and David Wheeler in the summer, Exeter sit top of the table and have won their previous two matches.

With two of the longest serving managers in the country ready to pit their wits against each other, Ainsworth is certainly wary of the problems Exeter are likely to pose.

He said: “They have started really well and carried on where they left off.
“We beat them at home last year and I can empathise with Paul losing in the playoff final. Paul is a great guy and a good manager and he has done a very good job for a long time.

“I have a lot of respect for him and I know he is going to be bringing a team who are flying high and full of confidence.

“They are playing good football and they have changed their style slightly from Exeter teams of old. 

“We are top scorers in the country and we go forward well and put teams under pressure and with all this in mind it looks as though it is going to be a great game tomorrow.

“League leaders against a team that are scoring freely and who are gradually tightening up at the back so am very much looking forward to it.

“Paul churns out young players and Exeter are very similar to ourselves in terms of being trust owned and he still keeps a strong squad and a strong side.

“I hope for a bumper crowd at Adams Park tomorrow.