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Match preview: Fleetwood Town v Cheltenham Town

28 March 2024

Fleetwood Town host Cheltenham Town at Highbury Stadium this Bank Holiday weekend, and we’ve got all the information about this Friday’s clash in our match preview.

Fixture: Fleetwood Town v Cheltenham Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Friday 29 March 2024

Kick-Off: 15:00

Venue: Highbury Stadium, FY7 6TX

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Darell Clarke’s team come into this game following a 0-0 draw away against Barnsley, which is a good result for the Robins. They currently sit 22nd in League One, on 35 points, with many fans saying this is a must-win match for Charlie Adam and the team if they are to survive relegation this year.

However, Cheltenham have failed to get a win in their last seven games, with their last win coming against Port Vale back in February. The Robins have picked up some good wins this season, however, with wins against the likes of Blackpool & Portsmouth since the new year.

Their last away game came on the 10th February where they beat Cambridge at the Abbey Stadium 1-0, with Matty Taylor bagging the only goal of the game.



The Cods’ last meeting against The Robins came back in October 2023, where current Cheltenham boss Darell Clarke managed his first game.

A 19th-minute free kick from Junior Quirtirna and an 80th-minute strike from Jack Marriot secured a 2-0 victory away from home.



Both teams have had some great games in the past, but the most infamous one came back in the 2021/22 season where Town came out victorious 3-2.

Harry Wright opened the scoring for The Robins in the 8th minute but goals from Tom Clarke and Darnell Johnson seemed to cancel out the goal but an Alfie May goal in the 87th minute equalised the game for Cheltenham. But, in the 90th minute of the game, Shayden Morris bagged the winner with a placed

shot into the bottom corner, securing a Cod Army win.

This Friday’s game sees our number 11 Ryan Broom face his former team, where he made over 100 league appearances in his two stints for the Robins. Also, Josh Harrop could make his return to HIghbury, as he spent a time on loan back in 2022.

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On the day of the match, there will be two matchday passes for both our U.K and overseas viewers, and due to this fixture taking place outside of the normal broadcasting regulations, both will be able to purchase a Video Match Pass, meaning you can watch it live from wherever you are in the world.


Video Match Pass - £10

Audio Match Pass - £2.50

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.

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Charlie Adam’s Cods face Darell Clarke’s Robins on Friday 29th March (3pm K/O) and are hoping to turn their recent draws into wins. Our home form is very important in our few home games remaining as Fleetwood look to escape the relegation zone.

There are only 3 home games remaining this season, the lads need your support!

Below is the pricing for the match:

















If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales dates, 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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Report: Town loss out to Cheltenham at Highbury

29 March 2024

Fleetwood Town suffered a defeat at home to Cheltenham Town on Good Friday as the visitors picked up all three points on the Fylde Coast.

The game took an uneventful start, with both teams not really creating any clear-cut chances. Jay Lynch was forced into making a few early saves, but there was noting that was too difficult for the 30-year-old.

Fleetwood would respond after a few crosses into the box from Ryan Broom and Brendan Wiredu, but none of them would materialise into a shot on goal.

The Robins had a golden opportunity to score and quiet down the home support when Liam Sercombe found himself open at the back-post from a free-kick, but Promise Omochere did brilliantly to divert the shot out for a corner with a block.

The deadlock was broken by Cheltenham after half-an-hour, when Sercombe found some space to drill a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the penalty area, giving The Robins the advantage. The pressure would be added by Cheltenham, having a few chances to add to their lead before the break, but none would find the back of the net.

A quick response was needed by Charlie Adam's side, but there was a sense of deflation going into the half-time interval.

Going into the second half, the response almost came when both half-time substitutes linked up, as Shaun Rooney played through Ryan Graydon out wide, and when he cutback, he could only find a Cheltenham defender as it was cleared away for a corner.

More Town chances were to follow. After a lovely passing move between Omochere and Bosun Lawal in the 49th minute allowed the midfielder the opportunity to play the ball across goal, but no Fleetwood player could get on the end of it.

Both sides battled through the second half, with both sides continued to create chances, but after 65 minutes the score remained 1-0 to The Robins. Lawal had a few shots from the edge of the penalty area but none would trouble Luke Southwood in goal.

With time running out, the Cods would put a ball over the top of the defence into Omochere, who fought off the defenders around him and squared it into the path of Graydon - who was able to squeeze a shot past the Robins keeper to grab his second goal in two games. Was there hope left for the Cods?

The 24-year-old’s equaliser would soon be cancelled out almost instantly, after Aiden Keena was the first to react to a cross by Joe Nuttall, and he saw his shot hit the back of the next to put the visitors back in front with less than ten minutes of normal time left to play.

Substitute Tommy Lonergan had a glorious effort to equalise late on in the game, but he was denied by Southwood, before a header from Omochere went inches over the bar.

A disappointing afternoon in the Fylde Coast, but they will have to put the loss behind them and move onto the next game on Monday away at Oxford.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Wiredu (C), Lawal, Campbell, Kilkenny (Simons 65’), Stockley (Lonergan 65’), Mayor (Graydon 45’), Broom (Samuels 76’), Heneghan, Omochere, Patterson (Rooney 45’)

Unused Subs: McMullan (GK), Johnston

Cheltenham XI: Southwood (GK), Long (C), Bradbury (Smith 76’), Freestone, Kinsella, Sercombe, Keena, Ferry, Lloyd (Nuttall 68’), Davies, Pett (Bonds 64’)

Unused Subs: Olayinka, Pardington, Harrop, Thomas

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Ticket News

Kids tickets start from just £1 for the Cheltenham match

27 March 2024

With kids now off school for the Easter Holidays, why not treat them to a match ticket for the bargain price of just £1!

The doors are back open at Highbury Stadium on Friday 26 March for the Sky Bet League One match against Cheltenham Town (kick-off at 3pm).

This is a huge game, and with only three home matches left this season, we need as many bums on seats to create an atmosphere with survial on the horizon for Charlie Adam and his side.

You can buy tickets online HERE or down at the ticket office at Highbury Stadium. If heading down to the store, why not get your Blackpool tickets as well with that game taking place in two-weeks time!

With kids (Under-5s) ticket prices at just £1, why not bring the little ones with you, and with a paying adult ticket, which means you will only pay £23 for two match tickets (one adult and one Under-5s ticket).

Please view full pricing below:

ADULTS £22 £24 £26
SENIORS / UNDER-25s £17 £19 £21
UNDER-16s £7 £8 £9
UNDER-5s £1 £2 -

Buy tickets online HERE, over the phone by calling 01253 775080 (option 1) or by visiting the new Club Shop down at Highbury Stadium, with tickets available until kick-off at 3pm on the day of the game.

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