We Both Need The Points
By Micky Shoemaker.
Friday 28 Mar 2008 21:41:42
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We both need the points.
Cheltenham still need a few more points to avoid the possibility of relegation so will be out to gain them at home this weekend against a Cobblers side hanging on in for a possible shot at the play offs.

The Robins will be without the services of several key players, with Alex Russell, Michael Townsend, Gavin Caines and John Finnigan all sidelined through injuries.

The Cobblers also have their share of injury problems and will be missing, Gyepes, Doig, Johnson and Hughes. However on a brighter note Doig and Johnson are both back in training and may have a run out in the reserves during the week. Dolman will partner Mark Little who is on loan from Wolves in the back four.

Cobblers manager remains upbeat about his sides play off chances despite their recent back to back defeats over the Easter Weekend.

The last 5 meetings of these two clubs at Cheltenham have seen The Robins come out on top three times, The Cobblers once, with the other game resulting in a draw.

Hotelends Prediction - 2-0 Cobblers
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