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Date: Saturday 8 March, 2014Competition: Sky Bet League Two Venue: Fratton ParkCapacity: 21,100Kick-off: 3pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ground and ticket informationTickets can no longer be bought in advance but are available from the Portsmouth ticket office on a matchday. Prices: Adults £20 | Senior (60+) & Ages 17-11 £15 | Ages 16 & Under £5.Latest Ticket NewsSupporters coachesOfficial supporters coaches will leave the Abbey Business Stadium at 10.30am on Saturday morning. Travel club seats have now sold out. Fans who are travelling on the coaches are reminded that parking at the stadium is NOT possible due the number of coaches travelling and the fact that Gloucester are playing at home this weekend. Fans using the travel club coaches are advised to arrange to be dropped off and picked up.Become a Travel Club memberMatch tickets now onlineThe online ticket facility offers supporters the chance to select the exact seat at the Abbey Business Stadium which they wish to use prior to purchase. Tickets for the next few home matches are available now.Buy tickets onlineAddress: Fratton Park, Portsmouth, PO4 8RA (for Sat Nav purposes). Approximate distance: 117 miles.footballgroundguide.com: Fratton ParkLink to AA routefinderUK train times and faresNational Express times and faresBBC travel news(All links open new windows)Team newsDavid Noble will be named in the squad to face Portsmouth this weekend after recovering fro ma damaged tendon in his hamstring but it is highly unlikely that he will start the game. There are no further injury or suspension worries for the Robins.Portsmouth's Ryan Taylor could return to the starting eleven having recovered from a groin injury. Michael Drennan and Daniel Alfei are also available for selection after making international appearances during the week. Danny East (ankle) and Simon Ferry (back) are out of the match however with their injuries.Match officials: Portsmouth v Cheltenham TownMichael Bull - Referee Ian Dudley - Assistant Referee
Paul Harris - Assistant Referee Dave Bushell - Fourth Official Sky Bet Preview
Jermaine McGlashan is 11/1 to score first in this weekend's game. Find more great odds like this in our personable betting preview ahead of the weekend.
Betting Preview: Pompey v. RobinsMark Yates speaking to the media ahead of the trip to Fratton Park this weekend"There is very little difference between the sides and we have nothing to fear."Read the interviewYates on YouTubeWatch Mark's Press Call In Full (Robins Player)What Will The Result Be?
Do you think Cheltenham Town can get back to form this weekend? Tell us your thoughts on The Robins Wall in our online poll. The Robins WallPreviously v. Portsmouth
The last meeting between Cheltenham Town and Portsmouth was a 2-2 draw here at the Abbey Business Stadium. Watch the highlights on YouTube using the link below.
Highlights: Cheltenham v. PortsmouthReport: Cheltenham v. PortsmouthForm: Portsmouth's Last Three ResultsSky Bet League 2 Scunthorpe 5-1 Portsmouth 22.2.14 (L)Sky Bet League 2 Portsmouth 1-0 Accrington 25.2.14 (W)Sky Bet League 2 Chesterfield 0-0 Portsmouth 3.3.14 (D)Head to Head (all competitions)Portsmouth wins 0, Cheltenham wins 0, draws 1Previous Meetings
Saturday 7 September, 2013 (League Two)
Cheltenham Town 2 (McGlashan 36, 90+2) Portsmouth 2 (Agyemang 5, Ertl 44)League PositionsPortsmouth: 15th, 40 points Cheltenham Town: 13th, 42 points Sky Bet League Two tableNoble: Injury Was Murder For Me
David Noble discusses his frustrations having been on the sidelines for the last few months.
Noble: Injury Was FrustratingPapa Johns
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Sign up to Sky Bet using the URL below and you can pick up a FREE match bet of up to £30 whilst earning money for Cheltenham Town. Get involved and head to www.skybet.com/cheltenham but don't forget to check out our betting preview ahead of the game for the very best odds.
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We now have our very own official YouTube channel and you can get involved and subscribe today. Right now you can watch interviews with Mark Yates and David Noble. If you're a CTFC fan then this is the channel you cannot miss. Click the link below or simply search for 'theCTFCofficial'.Robins on YouTubeHighlights: Cheltenham Town 2-1 Bury
Watch the key highlights from our game at home to Bury in Sky Bet League 2.
Highlights: Cheltenham Town 2-1 BuryIn The News
Cheltenham Town and Gloucester City have agreed a one year extension to the current groundshare agreement here at the Abbey Business Stadium.
Groundshare ExtendedFull match commentaryThere will be full coverage from Fratton Park on Robins Player from 2.45pm onwards this weekend with BBC Radio Gloucestershire taking you through all the action. Full commentary, match highlights and video interviews all available. Don't forget you can get a 14 day FREE trial with Robins Player right now which means FREE commentary. Follow the link below to find out more.Subscribe to Player TodayRobins Player - FREE TrialCan't make the game?As normal there will be match commentary on Robins Player courtesy of BBC Radio Gloucestershire and a match report plus reaction on www.ctfc.com just after the final whistle from Fratton Park. There will also be updates on both Twitter and Facebook throughout the day. Make sure you're following @CTFCofficial on Twitter, or you're a member of our Facebook Fan Page to get the latest word from inside the camp before anyone else. There will also be behind the scenes pictures on our official Instagram account so get following today! If that's not enough then head over to our new YouTube channel using the link below and check out some interviews from the past week. Of course, if you want to see all of this in one central hub then check out The Robins Wall which pulls in all the best bits from our social media networks and it also gives you the chance to have your say!Robins On TwitterRobins On FacebookRobins On InstagramRobins On YouTubeThe Robins WallSubscribe to Robins Player
"We'll need to be strong and stand up to it."
Mark YatesWed 11 Jan 2012
Will 2013/14 be a successful season for Cheltenham?