Crewe Alexandra manager David Artell says he hopes this weekend’s fixture at table topping Exeter City will be a good spectacle for League Two football.
Crewe travel to St James’ Park aiming to erase Tuesday’s disappointing 1-0 defeat to Cambridge United by becoming the first team this season to defeat Paul Tisdale’s attractive side.
Ahead of our trip to Exeter, Artell told crewealex.net: “These are the games you want to play. You have to test yourself and there is no better test than doing that against the team at the top of the league.
“It is a great chance for us to put the wrongs right from the other night. We are going there with nothing in mind expect getting a result. It as simple as that.
“Exeter play football the right way and I would much prefer to play against a footballing side than other clubs in this league, who do not play as much football. They have their place as well and are successful, so I ‘m not knocking it but in terms of a spectacle I’m sure Exeter versus Crewe will be an attractive game.
“They have good players and have started well. But we have got good players as well and have started reasonably well too, so I am looking forward it.”