Massive save from Hamon! Collins breaks the offside trap and is one-on-one - super low save to deny him a hat-trick!
This game is wide open at the moment and chances coming thick and fast at both ends. Akpa Akpro hits side netting for Shrewsbury
Important touch by Butterfield as Collins attacks again, getting onto a flick from strike-partner Akpa Akpro. Corner now
City defend it well and Hamon will take the goal-kick.
Patient build-up from Exeter - Noble threads through Sercombe but he shoots wide
Half-time: Exeter City 0 Shrewsbury Town 2
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City are out the tunnel and ready to go for the second period. Shrewsbury will be in tow soon.
45 more minutes coming up with City currently trailing 2-0 to the Shrews. Come on City!
No subs at half-time. City on the attack towards the away end.
Grimes plays in a low ball - Nichols has time to control, sets himself, and slots in. City claw back to 2-1!
Nichols' goal came within a minute of the restart and the fightback is on. Corner now for Exeter from the left.
Really important leaping header from Ribeiro as the ball was crossed from the right, with Collins the intended target.
Cummins wins a free-kick - Grimes tries a low one to pick out the run of Nichols. Good idea but just too much on the pass
Sercombe is down and looking in a lot of discomfort as he was on the receiving end of a late tackle.
Tis is just taking the chance to dish out some orders - David Noble tasked with relaying his instructions
Sercombe is up and moving, and on the pitch again - he'll continue for the moment at least
Great corner from the right from Grimes - nearly picks out Ribeiro but headed away well
Collins hits the post, but not before the assistant had his flag raised
So close Cummins! Noble spotted the run brilliantly and he just clipped it onto the roof of the net as it came over his shoulder
Grimes in the book - that's an 'interesting' decision. He tries to slide to keep the ball in play and Lawrence falls over him
Woodman clips a ball into the box but Cummins is offside. Leutwiler gets up well anyway and collects the cross.
Wheeler is coming on. Keohane is the man to make way (after a bit of a confusion with the fourth official's board)
Shrewsbury are sitting much deeper this half and trying to absorb pressure. City seeing most of the ball presently
Shrewsbury are getting a few niggly fouls given in their favour which is eating away at some time. Three-quarters of the way through the game
Great persistence by Wheeler on the wing - Knight-Percival tries to foul three or four times before finally hacking him down. Yellow card.
Lawrence comes through the back of Nichols - somehow avoids the second yellow. Naughty challenge from the midfielder.
Great forward burst from Nichols as he wins the ball high upfield - just shows a fraction of the ball to Goldson, who tackles well
2-2! Looked like it was a Woodman cross and Wheeler rises well to head in!
Great fightback from Exeter to drag themselves level. Wonderful header from Wheeler.
Grimes strafes a ball forward for Cummins - he rises to challenge the goalkeeper, both end up on the deck. Cummins booked for the challenge...
Bit of handbags now after Cummins is bundled over by Goldson. The Shrews defender is getting a talking to.
Nichols has been a livewire - wins a free-kick from Goldson, who is booked
A near-perfect free-kick from Grimes - just evades everyone's head in the six-yard box and out on the far side
2-2 the score as we enter the final ten minutes
Davies is coming on now in place of Noble - second sub with 83 on the clock.
Grimes works an angle to shoot - deflects inches wide of the post!
Liam Lawrence comes off for Jordan Clark for the Shrews. 2-2 with 87 played. Could still be a winner in this game.
Shrewsbury were playing the ball around nicely but it peters out mercifully with a cheap offside
Substitution for... the match officials. The fourth official takes the place of the linesman at the away end. 5 added minutes, 2-2.
Wheeler rose to head the ball - flicked on to the far post - Leutwiler came to gather but Nichols stood his ground and looped a header in!
Tom Nichols had the coolest head in SJP for that finish. Not over yet though
Bodies on the line now. Oakley makes a strong block, as does Ribeiro
City defend brilliantly. Sercombe switches for Nichols but he fouls the keeper and is booked
Full-time: Exeter City 3 Shrewsbury Town 2. City were trailing by two at the break and turned it around. Brilliant.
Report and reaction coming soon.