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In focus: Oldham Athletic v Robins

22 October 2018

Club News

In focus: Oldham Athletic v Robins

22 October 2018

It’s a quick turnaround for Cheltenham Town as they travel to Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night (October 23, 7:45pm kick-off) following a derby day draw with Forest Green Rovers at the weekend.

Following two weeks without a game, the Robins are on the road for a second time in three days as they make a long trip up to Boundary Park still searching for a first win under Michael Duff.

Remaining in 22nd place after their 1-1 stalemate at the New Lawn on Saturday, Cheltenham face an Oldham side winless in five Sky Bet League Two matches and struggling for home form.

The Latics sit in 15th place with 17 points, seven more than the Robins – as the two sides meet for the first time since 2009.

With a better away record than at home, Frankie Bunn’s men suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Port Vale on Saturday, as Tom Pope struck the winner from the penalty spot.

Cheltenham will be without midfielder Kevin Dawson, who was substituted off after just 21 minutes in Nailsworth with a medial ligament injury – while Saturday’s goal-scorer Tyrone Barnett’s potential involvement is up in the air due to a dead leg.

Sean Long and Aden Baldwin remain the other absentees for Cheltenham, although Tom Field could be back in contention.

Previous meetings

Robins 1, Oldham Athletic 1 (League One)
March 24, 2009 

Oldham Athletic 0, Robins 1 (FA Cup)
November 18, 2008

Robins 2, Oldham Athletic 2 (FA Cup)
November 8, 2008

Oldham Athletic 4-0 Robins 1 (League One)
August 23, 2008

Oldham Athletic 2, Robins 1 (L1)
April 26, 2008 

Tickets and travel

Travelling supporters will be housed in the ZenOffice Stand (Chaddy Road End) behind the goal at one end of the ground.

Tickets are cheaper for travelling supporters if bought in advance - with the prices £18 for adults, £8 for concessions (over 65’s, students and under-21’s) - under-18’s are priced at £5.

These prices increase on matchday to £22 for adults, £10 for concessions and £7 for under-18’s.

A supporter’s coach will be heading to Boundary Park tomorrow afternoon, leaving the Jonny-Rocks Stadium at 3pm, with the prices for members at £16 for adults and £14 for concessions.

Prices for non-member adults are £18 and £16 for concessions. For more ticket and travel information, please click here


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