Taylor to miss Posh clash

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale will once again be without skipper Matt Taylor for the visit of League One leaders Peterborough.

Last Updated: 17/09/10 at 12:13

Taylor (left): Back injury

Taylor (left): Back injury

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Despite undergoing scans that reveal no major problems with his back, Tisdale has revealed the former Team Bath centre-half is still weeks away from a return to training.

Troy Archibald-Henville will continue to deputise in Taylor's absence.

Jamie Cureton and Richard Logan are pushing for starts after returning from injury last week, although stand-in John O'Flynn is likely to retain his place after his brace last week earned the Grecians a 3-2 victory at Hartlepool.

Experienced striker Marcus Stewart will once again miss out as he battles against back spasms, but Tisdale has no new injury concerns to contend with.

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