Corr ruled out through suspension

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale will be forced to change his winning line-up for the Boxing Day trip to Southampton in League One on Saturday.

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Corr: Starts four-match ban

Corr: Starts four-match ban

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Striker Barry Corr, who began the 1-0 home win over Southend in tandem with matchwinner Adam Stansfield, was sent off so will serve a suspension.

Corr's second dismissal of the season means he is ruled out for four matches, starting with Saturday's relatively short trip to Southampton.

Tisdale has options in attack and can recall Richard Logan or on-loan Charlton striker Stuart Fleetwood, both unused substitutes against Southend, or the experienced Marcus Stewart as long as he recovers from a thigh injury.

As well as Stewart, Danny Seaborne (ankle) and on-loan Tottenham defender Troy Archibald-Henville (groin) are injury doubts.

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