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Date: Tuesday 11 March, 2014Competition: Sky Bet League Two Venue: Kassam StadiumCapacity: 12,500Kick-off: 3pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ground and ticket informationTickets can still be bought in advance but will be taken off a few hours before coaches depart. Tickets will be available on the turnstiles. Matchday Prices: Adult £21.50 | Student £17.50 | OAP (65+) £12.50 | U16s £12.50 | U7s FREELatest Ticket NewsSupporters coachesOfficial supporters coaches will leave the Abbey Business Stadium at 5.15pm on this afternoon. Travel club seats are still available. 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. 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: Kassam Stadium, Grenoble Road, Oxford, OX4 4XP (for Sat Nav purposes). Approximate distance: 47 miles.footballgroundguide.com: Kassam StadiumLink to AA routefinderUK train times and faresNational Express times and faresBBC travel news(All links open new windows)Team newsMark Yates is without any injury worries ahead of tonight's game although Sam Deering did take a knock at the weekend and will be assessed ahead of the game.The U's will be without experienced striker Dave Kitson this evening after he picked up a hamstring injury at the weekend but his absence could mean Portsmouth loanee David Connolly getting a run out. Match officials: Oxford v Cheltenham TownTim Robinson - Referee Matthew Buonassisi - Assistant Referee
David Rock - Assistant Referee Andrew Fox - Fourth Official Mark Yates speaking to the media ahead of the trip to the Kassam Stadium"There were some good signs on Saturday and ones that we can build upon."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 a result at Oxford? Tell us your thoughts on The Robins Wall in our online poll. The Robins WallPreviously v. Oxford
The last meeting between Cheltenham Town and Oxford was a 2-2 draw here at the Abbey Business Stadium. Watch the highlights on YouTube using the link below.
Highlights: Cheltenham v. OxfordReport: Cheltenham v. OxfordForm: Oxford's Last Three ResultsSky Bet League 2 Morecambe 1-1 Oxford 22.2.14 (D)Sky Bet League 2 Rochdale 3-0 Oxford 1.3.14 (L)Sky Bet League 2 Oxford 1-2 Burton 8.3.14 (L)Head to Head (all competitions)Oxford wins 7, Cheltenham wins 5, draws 7Previous Meetings at the Kassam StadiumTuesday 1 January, 2013 (Sky Bet League Two)
Oxford 1 (Leven pen 16) Cheltenham 0Saturday 26 November, 2011 (League Two)Oxford 1 (Leven 82), Cheltenham 3 (Jombati 8, Spencer 56, Mohamed 86)Saturday 29 January, 2011 (League Two)
Oxford 1 (Craddock 33) Cheltenham 1 (Thomas 25)Saturday 30 October, 2004 (League Two)
Oxford 1 (Mooney 45) Cheltenham 0Wednesday 17 March, 2004 (Division Three)
Oxford (Crosby pen 25) Cheltenham 0Saturday 24 November, 2001 (Division Three)
Oxford 3 (Moody 7, Brooks 38, Powell 56) Cheltenham 0League PositionsOxford United: 6th, 55 points Cheltenham Town: 12th, 43 points Sky Bet League Two tablePapa Johns
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Watch the key highlights from our game away at Portsmouth from the weekend in Sky Bet League 2.
Highlights: Portsmouth 0-0 Cheltenham TownFull match commentaryThere will be full coverage from the Kassam Stadium on Robins Player from 7.30pm 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 the Kassam Stadium. 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?