Tisdale could make Exeter changes

Manager Paul Tisdale will again bid to finding a winning formula as Exeter prepare to face Brighton at St James Park in League One on Saturday.

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Tisdale: Looking for winning formula

Tisdale: Looking for winning formula

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Despite performing well, City lost 1-0 at Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night.

That followed three changes to the side that started the 4-3 FA Cup defeat at MK Dons.

Striker Adam Stansfield, who had scored in three successive games having each time come on as a second-half substitute, was handed a start in attack.

As expected, right-back Steve Tully returned to the starting XI following his suspension while Richard Logan partnered Stansfield.

Tisdale also opted for a switch in formation, going 5-3-2 and away from his often favoured 4-3-3.

Goalkeeper Paul Jones (knee) is still short of match practice.

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