It's all focus on the Jonny-Rocks Stadium this evening as the League Two play-off semi-finals come to their conclusion with Cheltenham Town and visitors Northampton Town battling it out for a chance to make it through to next Monday's play-off final (kick-off: 8pm).
Following last Thursday's first leg the Robins take a 2-0 lead into tonight's game, with Exeter City and Colchester United also in action elsewhere in the other play-off semi-final.
There's no doubt that a powerful Northampton side will come out all guns blazing this evening and Michael Duff's team will be doing everything that they can to maintain their first leg lead.
The Cobblers have enjoyed a strong campaign in League Two as part of a noteworthy season overall that saw them also reach the FA Cup fourth round.
It's another major test, but if passed successfully, the Robins will be aiming to make it to Wembley to contend the League Two play-off final at the end of the month.
Supporters are reminded that tonight's fixture is taking place behind closed doors. Please do not make any attempt to visit the stadium. Security and police will be in position around the stadium. Please enjoy watching or listening to the match at home.
It's hoped Alex Addai and George Lloyd may be closer to a return to action after missing the first leg on Thursday.
Luke Varney is a doubt after suffering a hamstring problem in the warm up.
Alfie May and Jonte Smith may be afforded more minutes after their appearances off the bench last week, while the likes of Chris Clements and Max Sheaf could play their part at some point after they remained amongst the substitutes first time round.
How the first leg unfolded
Five days ago Cheltenham made the journey to the PTS Academy Stadium for the club's first competitive game in over three months and the first leg of our play-off semi-finals.
Michael Duff's team selection included bringing in Bristol Rovers loanee Tom Nichols up top to partner Reuben Reid.
The Cobblers had a great opportunity to take the lead early on from the penalty spot. Ryan Watson's well-struck spot kick was saved by Owen Evans though who was in inspired form on the night.
The deadlock was broken on 26 minutes. Jake Doyle-Hayes' corner from the left was in-swinging towards the near post and Charlie Raglan managed to glance in.
Further Evans saves denied James Olayinka, Callum Morton and Vadaine Oliver until the Robins doubled the advantage near the end.
Jonte Smith's tricky run into the box ended with the ball dropping into the path of Conor Thomas.
The midfielder had scored a penalty at the PTS Academy Stadium back in December, and he swept in to further Cheltenham's lead heading into tonight's second leg.
Watch the highlights back from the first leg:
Get 20% off at Pepe's tonight
Once again Cheltenham supporters can enjoy a special discount on Pepe's Piri Piri for this evening's game.
Fans can receive a 20% discount when ordering with Pepe's over both the phone and via their app when spending over £15.
To take advantage of this offer you need to use the code CTFC at the payment screen when making your order.
The offer is not valid with any other discounted items, deals or extras.
You can phone Pepe's store at 63 High Street in Cheltenham on 01242 361 864 or can order via their downloadable app on the app store. Just search for: 'Pepe's Piri Piri' to find the app.
Get involved on social media
You can't be at the stadium this evening but that doesn't mean you still can't make your voice heard.
We want you to get in touch on social media to let us know where you're watching the game, what it's like at home, what your thoughts are and we definitely want your good luck messages for the lads as well.
Send us a tweet to @CTFCofficial and we'll look to share as many as possible throughout matchday from wherever in the world it is that you're watching the action.
Get your digital match programme
We have launched our first ever digital match programme for tonight's game and it's available to buy online on the club shop.
Inside it features a big interview with Ben Tozer, there's a look back at the 2019/20 season for both ourselves and League Two, Charlie Raglan is on interview, plus there's more from Andy Wilcox, Michael Duff and a tribute to club legends Roger Thorndale, Gordon 'Jasper' Cook and Alec Carson who sadly passed away over recent months.
We are also going to be sending out a digital teamsheet to everyone who buys the programme online for when team news breaks this evening.
Purchase your copy online from our shop.
The best place to watch tonight's game is on Sky Sports. The match will be available to watch on channel 403.
You can also hear full match commentary on BBC Radio Gloucestershire with Mark Halliwell and Pete Matthews or TalkSport with Ian Danter and Chris Iwelumo.
Keep up to date on socials by following @CTFCofficial on Twitter for major updates during the game and the latest photos.
Post-match you can check out the club website to read the match report and to hear reaction from inside the camp to the final result.