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Match Reports

Report: Bolton 1-0 Robins

4 February 2023

A spirited performance wasn’t enough to prevent the Robins from slipping to a 1-0 defeat against Bolton Wanderers.

In a game of few clear chances, it took a special effort from Kyle Dempsey to separate the two teams, with a right-footed shot 20 yards from goal.

Head coach Wade Elliott made two changes to the starting XI that faced Port Vale a week ago, with Ben Williams and Ryan Jackson coming into the team. There was also a place on the bench for the club’s record signing Aidan Keena, after his arrival in Gloucestershire before the January transfer window deadline.

Wanderers’ first chance of the game came when Conor Bradley’s low cross found the feet of Dion Charles. The forward swivelled to make space for a shot, but Caleb Taylor came across sharply to block his effort.

Dempsey would then go close for the hosts with a well-struck effort from the edge of the penalty area, after Charlie Raglan’s half clearance. The shot bounced into the ground and narrowly wide of the post.

Elliot Bonds nearly converted from a similar opportunity, striking the ball with the outside of his boot but again his shot flew wide of the goal.

Bonds had another shot from the edge of the box nearly squirm into the bottom corner of the net, but it excruciatingly rolled past the wrong side of the post, with Trafford beaten because of a deflection.

In the second half, a mazy run by Taylor ended with a clever pass out to the left wing for Alfie May. The striker cut onto his right foot before delivering a cross onto the head of Will Goodwin, but his effort looped narrowly over the crossbar.

There were nervous moments when Charles received the ball to feet inside the six-yard box, but with Raglan exerting pressure, he struggled to get a shot off. When he eventually did, Luke Southwood was on hand to block the ball with his body.

A quickly taken free-kick almost caught the Robins napping, but Caleb Taylor threw himself in front of Charles’ shot to alleviate any danger.

However, 10 minutes from full time, the Trotters took the lead courtesy of Dempsey. The midfielder found space 20 yards from goal on the left hand side, and bent a right-footed shot into the bottom corner of the far side of the goal.

May almost found an equaliser for the Robins, when Trafford was caught in no-mans-land trying to rush out from his goal. May’s chipped effort bounced towards goal, but Eoin Toal managed to recover and clear for a corner.

Sercombe would then draw a save from Trafford a couple of minutes later. A half-cleared corner fell the way of the midfielder, who tried to bend a shot into the far corner with the outside of his foot, but unfortunately the Bolton ‘keeper managed to leap across and catch the ball.

Bolton: Trafford (GK), Jones, John, Santos ©, Charles, Morley, Shoretire (Lee 66’), Toal, Bradley, Dempsey (Sheehan 85’), Adeboyejo (Jerome 66’)

Unused: Dixon (GK), Sheehan, Isgrove, Mbete, Khumbeni

Robins: Southwood (GK), Long ©, Taylor, Raglan (Keena 81’), Jackson, Williams (Olayinka 75’), Bonds, Perry (Sercombe 70’), Olayinka, May, Goodwin (Norton 70’)

Unused: MacDonald (GK), Baggott, Brown

Referee: S S Gill

Attendance: 17,736

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Ticket News

Match Pack: Bolton Wanderers (A)

1 February 2023

Cheltenham Town travel North to face League One opponents Bolton Wanderers at the University of Bolton Stadium on Saturday (3PM KO).

After picking up a point and a clean sheet last weekend at home to Port Vale, the Robins will look to build on that as they face the Trotters on Saturday. 

In the first meeting between the two teams, Ryan Broom scored the winner late on to give Cheltenham all three points at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.

Tickets and travel are still available online and from the ticket office up until 11AM on Friday, 3 February. Away supporters cannot purchase tickets on the day, so you must buy in advance. 

Cheltenham Town supporters will be located in the Upper Tier of the Franking Sense South Stand.

The tickets prices for this weekends game are:

Adult: £21

Senior (65+) / U23: £16

U18: £10

U12: £8

Under 12 ticket holders must be accompanied by an adult (18+).

Cheltenham Town retain 5% of the income from tickets sold via our ticket office, so we always encourage our supporters to purchase in advance wherever possible.

Away tickets are not able to be produced digitally, physical tickets must be collected.  Any tickets that remain uncollected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium will be taken to the University of Bolton Stadium for collection on the day.

For those of you who haven't purchased your ticket, you can still follow the action through our iFollow Audio Pass.

Travel Club Info

Official CTFC Travel Club will depart the Completely-Suzuki Stadium at 9:30AM.

Non Members £22

Members £18

Young Robins £9

By booking tickets you agree to the terms and conditions of travel, which can be found here.

If you do not collect your match tickets in advance, they will be left with the on-board steward for collection prior to travel.

Please note that seating plans are drawn up in advance and changes on the day may not be possible. If you have specific seating requests, please e-mail the Ticket Office with details.

If you are making your own way to the University of Bolton Stadium, then see below for directions. 

The visitors car park is Car Park A, and cars are charged £8. Payment options are available via, using the PayByPhone app, or at the payment kiosks in place in the car park.

All car parks, concourse kiosks, coffee carts and hospitality areas accept card payments only.

A new set of actions will be implemented across all English football leagues for the 2022/23 season and will be backed by the Football Supporters’ Association. They will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.

Anyone caught possessing or using pyrotechnics will be reported to the police and prosecution could result in a permanent criminal record. The pitch must remain safe for players, managers and match officials, just as the stands should be for supporters.

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