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Preview: Cheltenham Town v Fleetwood Town

11 February 2022

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Fleetwood Town face Cheltenham Town on Saturday 12 February at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium in Sky Bet League One, and we have all you need to know ahead of the 3pm kick-off in our match preview.

Fixture: Cheltenham Town v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 12 February 2022

Kick-off: 15:00

Venue: Jonny-Rocks Stadium, Whaddon Road, Cheltenham, Glos, GL52 5NA

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The Cods have been in good form recently and are currently on a four-game unbeaten streak, with the last game ending in a 1-1 draw against high-flying MK Dons at Highbury.

Town went one goal down in the clash against the Dons as Harry Darling found the back of the net via a header but Paddy Lane’s strike into the bottom corner levelled things up in a competitive contest which finished a point apiece for the sides.

The other three games the side have played during this four-game run all ended in draws against playoff-chasing Plymouth Argyle, Cambridge United, and Shrewsbury Town. Fleetwood currently sits in 19th and will be looking for a win at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.

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Cheltenham have established themselves in League One since their promotion last season as they have picked up five points from their last three games, with a win over Sunderland being the last result.

The Black Cats, who signed Town midfielder Jay Matete on deadline day in January, went ahead through an Alex Pritchard goal just after the half-hour mark, but Cheltenham showed their fighting spirit as they pulled the game back to level terms via an Elliott Bods effort.

They weren’t done there as they carried on pressing the Sunderland defence until the final whistle and found the back of the net 12 minutes from time as Alfie May managed to put the ball past Anthony Patterson to earn all three points and finish off a brilliant comeback.

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Fixture: Fleetwood Town 3-2 Cheltenham Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 21 August 2021

Venue: Highbury Stadium

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Head Coach Stephen Crainey spoke to the media ahead of his side’s trip to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium to face Cheltenham Town on Saturday afternoon. Here is what he had to say in his interview:

“They are a good side who come into the game off the back of a good win over Sunderland. They came back from a goal down as well which shows they have good spirit, and we know it’s going to be a tough one.

“In terms of the overall performances, I’ve been pleased with the attitude and determination of the group. When you don’t win games of football, you make sure you don’t lose them, and that’s what we’ve been doing. We are wanting to turn these draws into wins.

“I don’t think there is much in it in this division, on their day, anyone can beat each other. They’re a good outfit, who are organised, and we’ve seen that they are a team that could hurt you. I’ll try to pick a team that can counteract that and, hopefully, we can get the points on the day.”

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Report: Town fall to defeat in away clash against Cheltenham

12 February 2022

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Fleetwood Town travelled down south to face Cheltenham where they suffered their first defeat in five games, 2-0, on Saturday afternoon at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.

Goals from Alfie May and Charlie Raglan inspired a late surge from Cheltenham who would go on to lead 2-0 at the break. Despite Fleetwood’s best efforts in the second half, the closest the visitors came to getting back into the game was through Danny Andrew’s free-kicks.

Paddy Lane was the first player on the pitch to try and test either of the two goalkeepers as he coolly brought down Andrews’ deep cross before smashing a half-volley into the side netting inside the first 45 seconds.

A few minutes later, May looked to test Alex Cairns but after he cut inside from the left-hand side of the box, his tame effort never even reached Town’s #1 as it was cleared with ease.

After a slow start to the game from both sides, with the majority of the first 15 minutes played in the middle of the park, Matty Blair made an overlapping run into the middle of the box where he was free to get his shot off which rattled the crossbar.

Town continued to press high and make life difficult for the home defence, as a result, they managed to create a couple of half-chances through Lane and Daniel Butterworth, with the latter’s effort striking Ellis Harrison’s back.

It was Harrison’s turn to stop attacks at the other end of the field this time, as he halted a promising attack and put the ball out for a corner. He then also cleared the corner and sent Fleetwood on their way.

Kion Etete latched onto Callum Wright’s cross at the far post but his header from a few yards out went just as far over the bar and didn’t cause Cairns any trouble.

It was a rough end to the first 45 as in the space of five minutes, Fleetwood found themselves 2-0 down. Alfie May opened the scoring for the hosts with an effort that was just too much for Cairns as, despite his best efforts, it still found the back of the net. While Raglan’s header doubled the scoreline.

In the second half, some brilliant solo play from Anthony Pilkington who brought what looked like a dead attack back to life, he managed to wriggle his way out of the corner and take on two Cheltenham men before whipping in a great cross for Zak Jules – the effort was well saved unfortunately by Owen Evans.

Andrew was stood over a free-kick from 30-yards out, which caused a massive problem for Evans as it was dipping into the bottom right corner before he parried it away. However, another free-kick was awarded for encroachment from the wall, which of course Andrew took again – this time he went for the top left corner, but it went marginally wide.

Andrew was involved once again, this time he was attempting to create a goal rather than score, but his low-driven cross was intercepted by Evans before it could reach its intended target.

Unfortunately, that was as good as it got for the away side, as they struggled to create any real chances to threaten Evans’ goal and provide themselves the grounding for a late comeback.

Cheltenham XI: Evans (GK), Pollock, Raglan, May, Boyle (C), Wright, Blair, Bonds, Ramsey, Williams, Etete

Subs not used: Flinders (GK), Freestone, Williams, Hutchinson, Soule, Colkett

Town XI: Cairns (GK), Andrew (C), Jules, Butterworth, Harrison, Pilkington (Hayes 65’), Batty (Boyle 70’), C.Johnson, Biggins (Macadam 56’), Lane, Nsiala

Subs not used: O’Hara (GK), Clarke, Morris, Johnston

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Book your tickets for Saturday's Cheltenham clash today!

10 February 2022

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Make sure to grab your tickets for Fleetwood Town's away clash against Cheltenham Town, which will be played at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Saturday afternoon!

The last time the Cods faced the Robins was at Highbury back in August and it ended up being a five-goal thriller, with a late goal apiece and Town coming out on top in the end after Shayden Morris netted his first of the season with seconds to spare.

Stephen Crainey’s side are in good form at the moment and will be looking to carry that on through the month of February.

Here are the tickets prices for the Cheltenham clash:


The Cod Army will be located in the Hazelwoods Stand, with prices as follows:

Adults: £26

Seniors (65+)/Students: £18

Under-18s: £10

Under-16s: £1 (If bought on the day, these tickets will rise to £12)


Coach Travel

Coaches will be departing Highbury Stadium at 8am, costing only £5 for all Onward Card Holders and £20 for Non-Onward Card Holders. To purchase either coach travel, visit the club shop at Highbury Stadium or call 01253 775080.

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