The Robins will make their trip to Hillsborough on Saturday to face Sheffield Wednesday in the Sky Bet League One (3PM KO).
With two home wins over Shrewsbury Town and Bolton Wanderers, the Robins have an unbeaten start at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium this month.
Sheffield Wednesday are currently 3rd in League One, but lost 2-1 away to Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday-the loss was only their third of the season.
Six fixtures are still to be played in October, including this Saturday's visit to Hillsborough. Robins fans can still purchase your tickets.
“It's nice to go away off the back of a couple of wins. We have talked about home form being the foundation of what we do, but prior to Accrington our away performances and form had been pretty good. We want to pick that back up,” said Wade Elliott ahead of the game.
“I'd imagine when the fixtures come out at the start of the year, Wednesday away would be one of the ones they (the players) look for. But we've earned the right to be going there. We have earned the right to go and compete with them on a level playing field. We certainly won't be going there and being passive.”
The Robins are looking forward to the game, and are aiming to put in a good performance against the Owls.
“Its just trusting the process really, the gaffer was big on the boys putting in a good performance and focussing on that, but obviously we’ve got a lot of talented boys so you’ve just got to trust the process,” revealed Ryan Jackson.
Wednesday manager Darren Moore knows the challenge that Cheltenham could bring to his side, while also praising our head coach.
“Wade took over at a time after Michael Duff moved on. He was part of the staff. He has done his coaching badges and he has been given a wonderful opportunity to manage Cheltenham. He has got them playing with a solid approach. They have got some good wins on the board. I am sure they will come up here in a confident, buoyant mood. It is a different type of test for us,” he revealed.
For Cheltenham Town supporters visiting Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday please note there are no away pubs in the area of Hillsborough other than the stadium. The city centre has plenty of bars that will accommodate you. Hillsborough Stadium is 5 miles from the city centre and if using the tram service catch the YELLOW LINE MIDDLEWOOD TRAM and disembark at LEPPINGS LANE for the stadium. Tram stops can be found on WEST STREET.
The prices for match tickets are as follows:
Senior (65+): £14
Any tickets uncollected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium will be taken to Hillsborough for collection on the day.
The Travel Club for Saturday's match has sold out, however if the club will arrange an additional coach if there is enough demand. To be added to the waiting list of the match, please email email@example.com.
Travel is provided by official club partner Marchants Coaches. Please be aware this is official coach travel only. The Travel Club will depart from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium at 10AM.
A limited number of match day accesssible car parking spaces are available priced at £5 each. Supporters should contact the Sheffield Wednesday Ticket Office on 03700 201867 to book.
If you are making your own way to Sheffield, see below the directions to Hillsborough.
If you can't make the match, then listen to the game on iFollow through our Audio Pass. Coverage starts from 2PM.
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.