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01 January 2019 Venue Huish Park Attendance

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Match pack: Yeovil Town (A)

31 December 2018

2019 begins on the road for Cheltenham Town with a trip to Yeovil Town’s Huish Park (kick-off: 3pm).

Michael Duff’s side march into the New Year with a trip down the M5 to Somerset looking to build on the exciting momentum that has helped the team climb up the Sky Bet League Two table towards the back end of 2018.

Since Duff’s appointment in September, steady improvement has seen the Robins climb up to 19th ahead of Tuesday’s fixture, ahead of what is two big back-to-back trips to Yeovil and then Crawley – both teams in and around the Robins in the table.

Having overcome high flying MK Dons on Boxing Day, and drawn with Forest Green in the final game of 2018, Duff’s squad have shown they have the ability to challenge any team at this level, and will head to Somerset in good spirits, looking to earn a positive result to continue their good run and get the New Year underway in a positive fashion.

Team news

Ryan Broom remains sidelined with a hamstring problem, though Jacob Maddox made a welcome return on Saturday as a substitute and is expected to feature again.

Will Boyle misses out after picking up an injury on Boxing Day. Kevin Dawson is likely to be part of the matchday squad on his return to fitness – he is one of four members of the squad who have previously played for Tuesday’s opponents.

Watch Michael Duff’s pre-match thoughts ahead of the game:


Without a league win since late October, Yeovil have fallen down the table since a promising start that saw them win four of their opening seven league fixtures.

The Somerset side did earn a good point away at Tranmere on Saturday but haven’t recorded a home league victory since the end of August – though they did beat West Ham’s under-21s in the Checkatrade Trophy in early November.

Manager Darren Way’s squad includes a mixture of experience and youthfulness – from the older heads such as Stuart Nelson and Gary Warren, to the energy provided by the likes of wide men Jordan Green and Alefe Santos, and the defensive minded Tom James.

Yeovil’s leading goal scorer is former Motherwell front man Alex Fisher. He’s netted seven times this season in all competitions, including a treble at Notts County in the opening month of the campaign.

Their squad features one ex-Cheltenham man in the shape of midfielder Jake Gray. The 23-year-old had a one-month loan in Gloucestershire in January 2015 from Crystal Palace.

Previous meetings

The match will be the 15th time the clubs have clashed in the Football League. There have also been previous meetings in the FA Cup and when both sides were in non-league.

Records show that there has been very little between the two teams in those last 14 league games. Yeovil have won five of them, the Robins four, and there have also been four draws.

Cheltenham have won only one Football League fixture at Huish Park – in October 2006 – when JJ Melligan struck on 88 minutes to secure a 1-0 win in a game refereed by Premier League official Phil Dowd.

The last time the two clubs met was on Boxing Day 2017 at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium which saw the Somerset side make the journey back south with all three points courtesy of a 2-0 win.


Tickets are available to purchase on the day at Yeovil. Prices for the match are:

Adults: £21

Senior: £17

Disabled/Wheelchair: £17

Young Person (16-21): £10

Under 16s: £3

For fans who have booked onto the supporters coach heading to the game, it departs from the Jonny-Rocks Stadium at 11am.


Keep up to date with all that goes on at Huish Park by following @CTFCofficial on Twitter for team news, match updates and images from the 90 minutes. Keep an eye on Facebook too for team information and goal updates.

You can read the match report and watch the reaction to the result by visiting the club website after full time. 

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Match Reports

Full time: Yeovil 1-4 Cheltenham Town - report & highlights

1 January 2019

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The Robins made it seven matches unbeaten in all competitions with a high scoring away win at Yeovil on New Year’s Day.

Four different goal scorers helped Michael Duff’s side carry their excellent form into 2019, and provided the 205 travelling faithful with a super start to the New Year.

Luke Varney had opened the scoring in the first half, while Conor Thomas’ penalty doubled Cheltenham’s lead at the break.

Yeovil pulled an early second half goal back through Tom James, but Jordon Forster finished from close range and Kevin Dawson netted against his old club to seal the Robins first New Year’s Day victory since January 2002.

The Glovers had made a bright start. Francois Zoko’s early run allowed Yoann Arquin the chance to fire wide, while another Zoko set-up saw Jordan Green shoot off target.

On 14 minutes the hosts did have the ball in the back of the net after Alex Fisher had stooped to head in, but the former Motherwell man was caught offside and the goal was disallowed.

Scott Flinders was called upon to produce an important start when Alefe Santos broke through and fired on goal, but it was the final flurry before the Robins took the lead.

Fantastic movement from Varney saw the striker peel off the Yeovil back line, creating the space to allow Jacob Maddox to play him in, and he finished confidently to break the deadlock.

The lead was doubled ten minutes before half time after Chris Hussey had been brought down inside the Yeovil box, and Thomas stepped up to sweep home from the penalty spot.

Duff’s side were firmly in control at the break. But that dominance was shaken immediately after half time.

Tom James fired a free kick from a wide angle that took a deflection and flew in past Flinders to halve the Yeovil deficit.

Suddenly the home crowd were energised, and after Flinders had saved well from Green, Fisher struck the post with a shot through a busy box, and he went close again with a dipping shot that dropped just over the bar.

The Robins managed to settle the game down and almost restored the two-goal gap between the teams when Alex Addai’s excellent work set Varney. His shot was saved by Nelson and the follow up from Thomas flew over.

Another goal would come in the Robins favour though when Forster forced home. Hussey’s deep corner found substitute Tyrone Barnett, whose header back across goal was touched in by the Scottish defender.

And there would be a fourth as substitute Dawson finished from close range after Addai had once again done well out wide to supply a ball into the box.

Yeovil almost managed to squeeze another goal in during stoppage time, however James was denied by the woodwork to frustrate the home side even more on a difficult afternoon, but a good one for Cheltenham.

YEOVIL: Nelson, Gafaiti, Dickinson, Warren, Fisher (Olomola 80), Green, Zoko (Browne 67), Arquin (Arnold 86), D’Almeida, James, Santos D’Abadia

Subs not used: Baxter, Mugabi, Gray, Donnellan

ROBINS: Flinders, Hussey, Tozer, Mullins (Alcock 10), Atangana, Thomas, Addai, Maddox (Barnett 60), Forster, Clements, Varney (Dawson 83)

Subs not used: Lovett, Bower, Jones, Mooney

REFEREE: Trevor Kettle

ATTENDANCE: 2,883 (205 Robins)

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