Barrow are the visitors to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium this evening for the first of two home games in five days for Michael Duff's men (kick-off: 7pm).
A last gasp Andy Williams header on Saturday saw Cheltenham return home from Exeter City with all three points in the bag ahead of tonight's clash with the Bluebirds.
Last season Barrow finished top of the National League when the division was decided on points per game. They are looking to secure their League status as they float just above the drop zone but are making a good fight of it as they enter into this evening's fixture off the back of consecutive wins.
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Concussion rules George Lloyd out of the game after he picked up a head injury in the first half at Exeter on the weekend.
Also missing are Charlie Raglan, who has a groin problem, Chris Clements (hamstring) and Will Boyle (knee).
Victories over Walsall and Mansfield Town in their last two outings have helped Barrow go two points clear of the relegation zone. They'll be delighted to have got points on the board, but they'll also gain hope that they have three games in hand on Southend United just below them.
Long-serving goalkeeper Joel Dixon continues to be the man they turn to with the gloves. The former Sunderland youngster has been at Barrow since 2015.
In front of him their defensive structure includes a January arrival on loan from Bristol Rovers in the shape of Tom Davies. Kgosi Ntlhe has one cap for South Africa and the experienced head of Neal Eardley, on loan from Burton Albion, also adds international experience in their defence from his time in the Wales ranks. Fellow Welshman James Jones could feature. He was picked up from Altrincham where he was a National League rival last term.
Barrow's midfield has two highly experienced 'Taylor's'. One of which is familiar to Cheltenham fans in the shape of Jason Taylor, while Chris Taylor, aged 34, has plenty of League experience from his time at Bolton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers and Oldham Athletic.
Also in midfield Jamie Devitt brings good quality, while Ollie Banks was a January transfer window addition from Tranmere Rovers. Josh Kay is another possible option - he's been part of their rise up from non-league into the Football League.
Their attacking options are boosted by the energy of Luke James who is now in his second spell with the Bluebirds. Frenchman Dimitri Sea, a former Aston Villa youngster, is another option at the top of the pitch.
Caretaker manager: Rob Kelly
Rob Kelly is back in caretaker charge for the second time this season after Michael Jolley's short-lived spell in charge. Kelly previously served as caretaker when David Dunn left in December, and he's been leading the Bluebirds again since late February.
He is a highly accomplished coach who went into the profession when his playing days, which were spent at Leicester City, Tranmere Rovers and Wolves, were cut short at just the age of 24 due to injury.
He had a spell managing Leicester City between 2006 and 2007, but has otherwise mainly worked as a coach or assistant. With that though has come caretaker spells in charge at Preston North End, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest.
Kelly's coaching career has also seen him serve on the staff at West Brom, Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers, Fleetwood Town, Bury, Swedish side Malmö FF and German outfit Fortuna Düsseldorf.
One to watch: Scott Quigley
The physically dominant Scott Quigley has mustered an important eight League Two goals in this campaign as he looks to play a leading role in helping Barrow secure their Football League status.
The 28-year-old was one of the goal scorers in Barrow's win over Cheltenham back in December.
He has played League football before in a short permanent spell at Blackpool and then on loan at Port Vale, but he's otherwise mainly operated in non-league or Welsh football, so he's looking to take his opportunity with Barrow in League Two with both hands.
The New Saints, Caersws, Wrexham, Cefn Druids, FC Halifax Town and Carmarthen are all former hunting grounds for the target man.
Get your hands on a physical copy or digital edition of tonight's match programme. The 24 page print copy is on sale on the club's online shop, while the digital version can be accessed via the MatchDay Digital app.
Sam Smith is the big interview in the programme, while there are also features with Michael Duff, Andy Williams, Liam Sercombe, the opposition and much more.
A print copy is available online for £2.50. Select 'match programme' when choosing your postage option.
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