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07 March 2023 Venue The Completely-Suzuki Stadium Attendance

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Match Previews

Match Preview: Cheltenham Town vs City

6 March 2023

The Imps will aim to secure back-to-back victories in Sky Bet League One when travelling to Cheltenham Town on Tuesday 7 March (7:45pm KO).

All the key information that you need to know ahead of the game can be found in this match preview.


The Imps were provided with an initial allocation of 518 tickets for this game.

Tickets purchased for the original fixture, which was set to take place in December, will remain valid for the rearranged match.

Subject to availability, tickets can be paid for on the night with cash or card at the away ticket booth. Please note prices increase by £2 on matchdays.

Click HERE for the full ticket details.


The match is available for live streaming domestically for just £10, or the equivalent cost in your local currency if outside the UK and Ireland.

The feed includes expert commentary from the BBC Radio Lincolnshire sports team, including replays of key moments as well as match statistics and latest scores around the division.

iFollow Imps subscribers can watch all the reaction, including post-match interviews and match highlights.

City supporters unable to make it to Cheltenham will also be able to follow the action with regular updates on the club’s official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.

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Nickname: The Robins

Founded: 1892

Stadium: The Completely-Suzuki Stadium

Head coach: Wade Elliott

Top scorer: Alfie May (10 goals)

League Position: 18th


Imps 1-0 Oxford United

Sky Bet League One

Imps: Rushworth, Poole ©, Montsma, Bishop (Vernam 80’), Shodipo (Diamond 58’), Erhahon, O’Connor, House, Mandroiu (Plange 89’), Sorensen (Sanders 80’), Roughan. Subs (not used): Wright, Boyes.

Cheltenham Town 1-0 Fleetwood Town

Sky Bet League One

Cheltenham: Southwood, Long ©, Raglan, Sercombe (Rea 87’), May, Taylor (Bradbury 63’), Ferry, Jackson, Bonds, Keena (Olayinka 90’), Broom. Subs (not used): Williams, Brown, MacDonald, Perry.



Cheltenham: WLLLW


Hear from the head coach below…


Imps: Third

Cheltenham: Home


Referee: Darren Handley

Assistant referee: Ravel Cheosiaua

Assistant referee: Oliver Bickle

Fourth official: Will Finnie

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Match Reports

Cheltenham Town 0 Imps 0

7 March 2023

City extended their unbeaten run to 10 games but were made to settle for a goalless draw at Cheltenham Town on Tuesday evening.

The home side started the game strongly, winning two early corners, but City defended them well to keep the scores level.

City’s first real chance of the game arrived from a set piece in the 18th minute as former City full-back Sean Long brought down Ben House to pick up the first yellow card of the match.

The resulting free-kick was cleared and fell to Ted Bishop on the edge of the box but he saw his powerful shot well blocked.

Jack Diamond picked up an unfortunate booking as he slipped taking a shot at goal which took out Caleb Taylor.

City threatened with a quick counterattack as Diamond burst down the right hand side but his pull back was cleared by the Cheltenham defence.

Mide Shodipo broke forward and fired a shot over the bar on the half hour mark following a neat pass into midfield from Lasse Sorensen.

The first corner for City arrived in the 38th minute and it led to a goalmouth scramble but Cheltenham just about managed to deal with the danger.

As the half time whistle approached City almost took the lead as Luke Southwood did brilliantly to tip the ball wide of the post to prevent a certain own goal.

City started the second period well and they came close to taking the lead immediately after the break. A clever pass from Ethan Erhahon was threaded through to Ben House in the penalty area but he couldn’t quite guide his effort goalwards.

Ted Bishop came so close to netting the opener in the 55th minute as he lobbed the goalkeeper with a left footed shot from 30 yards but his effort bounced off the crossbar and behind.

Imps head coach Mark Kennedy made a double substitution on the hour mark as Mandriou and Vernam replaced Diamond and Shodipo in search of a winning goal.

The best chance of the game fell to Ben House in the 65th minute. Lasse Sorensen’s crisp through ball was latched onto by the City centre forward but he dragged his shot wide after cutting in on his left foot.

The visitors were boosted by the return of Matty Virtue following his spell on the sidelines with a hamstring injury as he replaced Ted Bishop.

Carl Rushworth was called into action in the latter stages as he got down well to save a long-range effort from Ryan Broom.

Both sides pushed hard to try and find that winning goal but were left to settle for a point apiece.  

Cheltenham: Luke Southwood, Sean Long ©, Tom Bradbury, Alfie May, Caleb Taylor, Will Ferry, Ryan Jackson, Elliot Bonds, Aiden Keena (Charlie Brown 78’), Ryan Broom, Glen Rea (Liam Sercombe 76’). Subs (not used): Shaun MacDonald, Ben Williams, Taylor Perry, Christian Norton, James Olayinka.

City: Carl Rushworth, Regan Poole ©, Harry Boyes, Lewis Montsma, Ted Bishop (Matty Virtue 71’), Mide Shodipo (Charles Vernam 60’), Ethan Erhahon (Max Sanders 83’), Paudie O’Connor, Ben House, Lasse Sorensen, Jack Diamond (Danny Mandriou 60’). Subs (not used): Jordan Wright.

Referee: Darren Handley.

Attendance: 3,385 (255 visitors).

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Ticket News

Tickets: Cheltenham Town (A)

9 February 2023

Tickets for the Sky Bet League One visit to Cheltenham Town on Tuesday 7 March (7:45pm KO) are on general sale.

The Imps were provided with an initial allocation of 518 tickets for this game.

The match was set to take place in December but had to be postponed due to a frozen pitch.

Tickets purchased for the original fixture will remain valid, with the match also available to watch live on iFollow Imps for supporters who are unable to make it to the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.


Cheltenham Town (A)

General admission

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Senior (65+)






Under 18



Disabled supporters

Cheltenham can offer two parking spaces in their main car park for away supporters with disabilities. These can be booked through Cheltenham directly by calling 01242 573558. Blue badge numbers must be given to book these spaces.

Ambulant disabled supporters (receiving higher rate disability allowance) pay the standard rate for their age bracket, with a complimentary carer ticket available if they would otherwise be unable to attend. Wheelchair user ticket prices can be seen below.

Cheltenham Town (A)

Wheelchair user price



Senior (65+)




Under 18


Further details

Red Imps Travel Association coaches will now depart the LNER Stadium at 2.45pm for this game. Original coach tickets purchased will also be valid. If supporters are unable to travel they must claim a refund via the ticket office by Friday 3 March.

Any on the day sales and collections will be from the away ticket booth, just outside the away turnstiles.

Subject to availability, tickets can be paid for with cash or card at this booth. Please note prices increase by £2 on matchdays.

Online sales deadline 

Pay on the day 

Monday 6 March at 3.30pm

Pay on the day available - card or cash

£2 increase on the day

Click HERE to secure your Cheltenham ticket.

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