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Matt Jay hungry for more with high-flying Exeter

Exeter captain Matt Jay believes the club’s unbeaten run shows the progress being made at St James Park and insisted everyone is determined to keep going. Liverpool’s defeat at West Ham on Sunday saw their 25-match streak without a defeat end, which means the Grecians now boast the best record across teams in England’s top four divisions.
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Matt Jay earns Exeter victory over Mansfield

Exeter made it a club record 14 games unbeaten in all competitions as they came from behind to beat Mansfield 2-1 at St James Park. It took until the half hour mark for either side to fashion a chance and that was when Mansfield’s Harry Charsley fired tamely at Cameron Dawson from 18 yards.

Matt Jay at the double as Exeter crush Scunthorpe

Top scorer Matt Jay played a starring role as Exeter romped to a first away victory of the season, 4-0 at Scunthorpe. Goals either side of half-time saw the Grecians skipper set his side on the road to victory, with Josh Key and Timothee Dieng completing the rout in what was a ruthless display from the visitors.

Matt Taylor praises Matt Jay after Exeter ease to win over Scunthorpe

Boss Matt Taylor described in-form midfielder Matt Jay as Exeter’s “go-to man” as the Grecians maintained their play-off push with a 2-0 win at Scunthorpe. Jay’s perfectly-flighted free-kick in the 11th minute – his fourth goal in his last two matches – gave the visitors the lead at the Sands Venue Stadium, before substitute Jack Sparkes wrapped things up with just a minute left to play.

Exeter 4-0 Leyton Orient: Matt Jay hat-trick fires Grecians to victory

Exeter made light work of Leyton Orient as a Matt Jay hat-trick inspired them to a comprehensive 4-0 win at St James Park. Matt Taylor's side made a perfect start with two goals in three minutes early in the game. The first came in the 11th minute when Joel Randall...