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Match preview: Northampton Town v Fleetwood Town

9 December 2023

Fleetwood Town face Northampton Town on Saturday 9 December at Sixfields Stadium in Sky Bet League One, and in this preview we have all you need to know ahead of the 3pm kick-off.

Fixture: Northampton Town vs Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 9 December 2023

Kick-off: 3pm

Venue: Sixfields Stadium



Northampton Town currently sit 13th in Sky Bet League One and come into this match against Fleetwood on the back of three wins in their last five matches. The Cobblers beat Burton and Cambridge on home soil, and managed to pick up all three points on the road at Blackpool on Tuesday 28 November at Bloomfield Road. Kieron Bowie opened the scoring before the Seasiders' Jordan Rhodes scored the equaliser, but it was their main man Sam Hoskins who scored 15 minutes from time to gain valuable points.

Hoskins was named the Sky Bet League One Player of the Month for November. When Hoskins flows, so do Northampton. He scored three goals – two of them winners – and added an assist in three games. A natural leader for his side, his intuition and anticipation allows him to make converting chances look easy. He will be the one to watch for the Cod Army on Saturday afternoon.

Akin Odimayo is available again for Northampton this weekend after completing his suspension after accumulating five bookings this season. Jon Guthrie and Louis Appéré are both in contention to start this weekends fixture but the visit from Fleetwood Town comes to soon for goalkeeper Lee Burge.



On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for overseas supporters, and one for UK-based supporters - buy your iFollow pass HERE!

Video Match Pass - £10 (Overseas fans)

Audio Match Pass - £2.50 (U.K and Overseas)

Those who choose the Audio Match Pass option will get access to just the commentary, which will be provided by our partners, BBC Radio Lancashire. Season passes are available with audio passes for only £45 for the season, for all UK-based members of the Cod Army!

Supporters who can watch the game live, they will also get commentary as part of their package.

If you want to view the packages available for the rest of the season, click HERE so you don't need to worry about much between now and the end of the season.

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Supporters can watch the gaffer's pre-match interview onlline HERE where he talked about the frustrations of Tuesday night, how his side need to get back to world class basics and the importance of this game against an in-form Northampton Town side. 


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Match Reports

Report: Town defeated by Northampton on the road

9 December 2023

Fleetwood Town fell to a 3-0 defeat on the road to Northampton Town at Sixfields Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

A quickfire brace from the hosts by Mitch Pinnock and Sam Hoskins in the first half - each grabbing one apiece, adding on to another grabbed late on by Pinnock was enough for the Cobblers to pick up all three points on a blustery afternoon in Northamptonshire.

It took the home side three minutes to have the first shot of the game as Hoskins, who was recently named League One’s Player of the Month, managed to control a wild ball into him before firing straight at Jay Lynch, who collected on his second attempt.

Town responded to this with immediate effect and produced a great chance of their own as Jack Marriott forced a brilliant save from Max Thompson, between the home side’s sticks, after latching onto Adam Montgomery’s low cross from the left.

The home side then had a flurry of chances, which Lee Johnson and his men would be proud to keep out as Shaun McWilliams, Pinnock, Hoskins, and Kieron Bowie respectively all saw their names in lights as they tried to break the deadlock, but the score stayed at nil-nil.

Marriott thought he’d been given an easy chance as Ryan Broom’s cross looked to come to him in the Northampton box, but the home defence did just enough to knock it out of his path and eventually clear the ball away from danger.

Town’s defence collapsed around the half-hour mark as they conceded two goals in four minutes, with Pinnock firing the first one into the near post from inside the area and the Cobblers’ top scorer, Hoskins, then stepped up to the spot to fire home a penalty soon after.

It could have been more before the break as a counter-attack was started by Bowie and he sprinted towards the Town goal, with only Ben Heneghan and Montgomery in his path. He then found Hoskins free with a shot on goal, but it was saved well by Lynch.

We had action at both ends at the start of the second period; captain Josh Vela had to pull off a brilliant block to deny Bowie after a brilliant recovery run and substitute Jayden Stockley thought he’d pulled one back from close range, but Thompson stopped the effort.

Much like the first half, Northampton seemed to drive towards goal multiple times as they pushed to add a third to their tally for the afternoon, but Hoskins and Pinnock both fired off-target, whilst Shaun McWilliams forced a full-stretch diving save from Lynch.

Stockley seemed to be the main target for Fleetwood’s attack in the latter stages of the game as he headed just over from close range and then saw an effort be tipped over and out for a corner not long after, but none of his efforts were able to beat Thompson in the home goal.

The game was over as it entered added time as a brilliant effort from Pinnockl, who already had one in the game, curled into the top left corner, leaving Lynch with no chance of saving it, meaning the score line would end up being 3-0 on the afternoon.

Cobblers XI: Thompson (GK), Sowerby, Guthire (C) (Willis 76’), Sherring, Hoskins, Pinnock, McWilliams, Bowie (Appéré 76’), Leonard, Odimayo, Brough.

Unused subs: Dadge (GK), Monthe, Simpson, Hondermarck, Haynes.

Town XI: Lynch, Montgomery, Wiredu (Dolan 54’), Lawal, Vela (C), Mayor (Tshimanga 54’), Broom, Marriott (Stockley 54’), Heneghan (Johnston 61’), Holgate, Patterson.

Unused subs: McMullan (GK), Hayes, Teale.

Attendance: 5,491 (97 away)

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Ticket News

Back the lads at Northampton this weekend

7 December 2023

Fleetwood Town will make another trip down south on Saturday, this time to face Northampton Town in a Sky Bet League One clash at Sixfields.

This match will be the Cod Army's fourth away trip in ten days, and is a chance for Lee Johnson's side to climb out of the relegation zone if they can pick up a positive result on the road.

Buy tickets online HERE or head down to the ticket office at Highbury Stadium to purchase in person.

Below we have all the ticketing details you need to know ahead of the match in Northampton - supporters will be in the East Stand at Sixfields and below are the important ticketing details:

Adults: £24

Concessions: £20

Under-18s: £12*

Under-14s: £8*

Under-7s: FREE*

*Any child under the age of 18 must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above

Coach information

Coaches will be departing Highbury at 9am, costing only £10 for Onward Card Holders and £20 for non-Onward Card Holders.

If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales prices, or any other general enquiries, you can contact our ticket office at Highbury Stadium by ringing 01253 775080 or you can email

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