Exeter City have moved up to second place in League Two following a 4-2 win at Oxford United yesterday.

Veteran striker Jamie Cureton scored twice for Exeter, who held off an Oxford comeback to make it four straight league wins. Cureton put Exeter ahead from the edge of the box and Scott Bennett nodded in a second.

An individual effort from Cureton made it 3-0, but back came the hosts with Jake Forster-Caskey's penalty and a close-range effort from Alfie Potter.

However John O'Flynn made the game safe on the counter-attack and Oxford later had substitute James Constable sent off.