A look ahead to Saturday's game
Cheltenham Town vs Crawley Town
The LCI Rail Stadium
Dermot Drummy’s visit Cheltenham Town on Saturday afternoon looking to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to seven matches.
position in EFL Two – but are unbeaten in their last four matches in all competitions, drawing three and winning one.ndSaturday’s opponents currently occupy 22
That victory was a 2-1 win over Everton U23’s in the Checkatrade Trophy last time out at the LCI Rail Stadium.
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here.We also spoke to midfielder Billy Clifford before Saturday – you can find a section of that interview
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“It’s another tough game and they’ll be fighting – we have to match them.” Dermot Drummy.
“We’ll take the momentum into Saturday, we’re all confident.” Billy Clifford.
The Robins are back in the Football League after bouncing back from non-league at the first time of asking. Last season saw Gary Johnson’s men run away with the Vanarama Conference title – they finished the season on 101 points, scoring the most goals and conceding the least.
This term they have won just one league game – that was a 2-0 home win over Crewe Alexandra at the end of August. Their last two games on home soil have ended in 0-0 and 1-1 draws against Stevenage and Luton Town respectively.
to watch Gary Johnson preview the game.hereClick
The One to Watch
won the National League title at the eight time of asking last year as the side were promoted as Champions. He won the Supporters Player of the Year Award last year bagging 22 goals and claiming 11 assists.Danny Wright
This season the forward has three goals to his name in the Football League.
We’ve Met Before
The sides met in their current division in the 2011/12 season where the two contests produced ten goals. A 3-1 win for the Robins over Crawley in August saw the Reds’ 34 match unbeaten run come to an end.
Goals from Kai Mohamed, Marlon Pack and Jeff Goulding in the first half gave the Reds a mountain to climb, despite Matt Tubbs’ second half penalty.
The return fixture was an emphatic 4-2 win for Steve Evans’ men – it was a win that sent the side to the top of League Two.
More recently, a League Cup fixture ended in a 4-3 win for Cheltenham Town at the beginning of the 2013/14 season.
Graham Horwood will be the man in charge for Saturday’s game – it will be the fourth time he has taken charge of a match involving the Reds.
.hereFull details on all of the match officials can be found
The Ticket News
Reds fans will be able to pay on the day in Gloucestershire on Saturday – there will be no advance sales for the game.
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