The Jonny-Rocks Stadium is ready and set for another big League One matchday on Tuesday night when Sunderland are the visitors (kick-off: 7.45pm).
Tuesday's fixture is the third ever competitive meeting between the two clubs but will be the first time they've ever faced off in Whaddon.
Cheltenham are eager to get back to winning ways having drawn five of the last six, while for Sunderland, who are managerless, it's an opportunity for them to keep applying pressure on the top two in the division.
Tickets for tonight's match are on sale online and can also be bought at the stadium this evening. With a significant crowd expected though fans are advised to leave plenty of time ahead of kick-off to buy or pick up pre-paid tickets.
Fans in the Optimising IT Stand can use the new half-time bar that will be open selling pints of Fosters and Thatchers at £4 a pint. Please note this is a cash only bar.
Ben Williams will be back available after his recent one match suspension.
There is also a possibility Jamie Soule (pictured) could make his debut after joining on loan from West Brom.
Conor Thomas, Sean Long, Dan Nlundulu, Ellis Chapman, George Lloyd and Charlie Brown all miss out because of injury.
Despite consecutive losses before their visit to Gloucestershire, Michael Duff knows how powerful a team Sunderland can be from previous experiences against them this season.
"They've just lost back-to-back and they're still fourth in the League which shows you what a strong position they are in," he told the media on Monday.
"We know what they're all about. They beat us 5-0 earlier in the season. There is a little bit of upheaval in terms of losing the manager. We can't worry too much about Sunderland. We know they're a really good team, we know they've got some very good players and we know about the size of the club as well."
You can listen to the full pre-match press conference on iFollow.
There was a crowd of over 38,000 on Saturday at the Stadium of Light to see Sunderland lose 2-1 at home to Doncaster Rovers.
It was a game that saw Tuesday's opposition give the newly re-signed Jermain Defoe his second debut. The 57 time capped England international has re-joined after leaving Scottish champions Rangers.
Saturday's action was only the second time this season they've lost back-to-back matches in League One this season and they sit 4th - two points off the automatic promotion places but having played more games than the top two.
In Ross Stewart they have the division's joint highest goal scorer with 18 goals, and he is just one of several attackers that include deeper lying Elliot Embleton and former Bayern Munich striker Leon Dajaku who is on loan from Union Berlin.
Their squad boasts vast international experience with Northern Ireland man Corry Evans, though experienced winger Aiden McGeady has been missing of late.
Goalkeeper Ron-Thorben Hoffmann is on loan from Bayern Munich, while Robins fans will be familiar with Carl Winchester, who has been with the Black Cats for a year.
Caretaker manager: Mike Dodds
Following the sacking of Lee Johnson, Mike Dodds has been installed as interim boss, and Saturday's loss to Doncaster was his first game in charge.
He serves Sunderland usually as Head of Individual Player Development and was previously the academy manager at Birmingham City where he worked for 12 years until Sunderland’s Sporting Director Kristjaan Speakman took him away from the Midlands.
The 35-year-old has also previously worked as an academy coach at Coventry City.
Fans can buy tickets online up until 4pm while they'll also be available to purchase in person at the stadium. You must have a ticket to go through the turnstiles which are cashless.
Buy tickets on the night for the Colin Farmer Stand from next to the Parklands turnstiles. For the Autovillage Stand they are on sale from the ticket office and for all standing areas from the ticket collection point in the car park next to the bowls club.
Pre-paid tickets for the Colin Farmer Stand can be picked up from just outside the Parklands turnstiles. For all other areas they are available from the ticket collection point in the car park.
With the large crowd attending the game fans are advised to leave plenty of time before kick-off to pick up or buy tickets.
Copies of Tuesday's match programme will be on sale around the stadium at a price of £3.
The main interview is with Charlie Raglan while there's also the latest thoughts from Alfie May and Michael Duff.
The programme is also available to buy online.
Watch: Purchase an iFollow match pass online for £10 to watch the game live.
Social media: Follow @CTFCofficial on Twitter for updates. You can also check out the club's Facebook page and Instagram account.
Website: Make a post-match visit to the club website to read the match report and watch the press conference.
Listen: An iFollow audio match pass is available to buy for the game at a price of £2.50
Highlights: Watch extended highlights on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app, while you can also see footage from the game on YouTube and Sky Sports