The Robins will make only their second appearance at Stadium MK when they travel to face Paul Tisdale's MK Dons (Saturday, October 6).
The only previous visit ended 3-1 in favour of the home side on an eventful afternoon which saw four goals and two sendings off.
Gavin Caines scored the Cheltenham goal while Lloyd Owusu was given his marching orders seven minutes from time.
MK won the reverse fixture at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium by a remarkable 5-3 scoreline, with Damian Spencer netting a 13-minute second half hattrick before getting sent off four minutes later.
Former Exeter City boss Tisdale took over at relegated MK Dons in the summer and has guided his new side to solid start to the season.
They sit in sixth place after losing only one game (at league leaders Lincoln City, 1-2) this term but they have drawn six of their 11 games to date, including a run of four in their last six.
Both of the Robins wins have come on the road, at Cambridge United (1-0) and Northampton Town (3-1).
There have been plenty of positives in the defeats by second-placed Exeter City and Lincoln City a fortnight ago, culminating in a dramatic equaliser against Morecambe on Tuesday night.
Stadium MK is the largest stadium in the division, with room for 30,500 fans, and it will host the latest stiff test for Michael Duff's side tomorrow (3pm kick-off).
It's a run that sees the Robins face four of the current top six inside of a month.
Robins fans will be behind the goal, in an all-seated area, with tickets priced as follows:
- Adults £22, Over-65s £17 and Under-18s £7.
Please note, supporters will be required to purchase tickets from the box office before entering the turnstiles.
There will be a supporters' coach heading to Stadium MK, leaving the Jonny-Rocks Stadium at 11am, with prices as follows:
- Members: £12 adults, £10 concessions
- Non Members: £14 adults, £12 concessions
Address: Stadium MK, V6 Grafton St, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST (for sat nav)