Tickets are available on the day of the game. Kick off is 7.45pm.
Back in the Football League after a nine-year absence, the U's have made an encouraging start under boss Richard Money.
They defeated Gateshead 2-1 in the Conference play-off final, rounding off a memorable season which also saw them lift the FA Trophy.
They have already scored 23 goals this season, compared with Cheltenham's 13, but they go into Tuesday night's clash one place and ne point behind the 10th-placed Robins.LAST GAME
Mansfield Town 0 Cambridge United 0
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Cambridge were unable to build on their stunning 5-1 home victory over Oxford United as Mansfield held their visitors to a draw.
Richard Money's side had scored eight goals in their previous two games but, despite dominating, could not muster one at One Call Stadium.
Michael Nelson, Ryan Donaldson and Kwesi Appiah all went close, with the latter denied twice by home keeper Sascha Studer and once by a post.
Tall and powerful front man formerly with Leeds United and Stockport County, 23-year-old Elliott has netted five League Two goals so far this season. Will partner Kwesi Appiah in attack for the U's against Cheltenham in a 4-4-2 formation.
Referee: Patrick Miller. Assistants: Michael George and Robert Hyde. Fourth official: Paul Kelly.
LAST TIME OUT
Cambridge United 1 (Tudor 61) Cheltenham Town 0, Tuesday, February 22, 2005. League Two. Attendance: 2,021.
Conference: 2nd (promoted via the play-offs).
FA Cup: 2nd round, lost 2-0 at home to Sheffield United.
FA Trophy: winners, beating Gosport Borough 4-0 in the final at Wembley.
DID YOU KNOW?
Manchester United paid Cambridge United £1million for striker Dion Dublin's services in August 1992.
Robins midfielder Matt Richards is rated at 14/1 to net the opening goal at the Abbey Stadium. For more odds see SkyBet's official website.
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