Our prediction for this League 1 match:
Highbury Stadium will host Tuesday’s League One game between Fleetwood and Cheltenham. The start of the season has been a mixed bag for Cod Army, who are eyeing their second win of the process. Fleetwood managed to turn their dominance in goal attempts and ball possession into equalizing goal at Morecambe, and they must be high on spirits ahead of the visit of Cheltenham.
Keep in mind, though, that talented forward Paddy Lane misses the midweek game through suspension. The Robins, on the other hand, made a slow start to the season, with the team losing each of their first three games of the season. Since Cheltenham failed to impress in a 2-0 loss to Portsmouth at the weekend, we are tempted to put our money on Fleetwood this time out. There are no fresh selection worries in the away team ahead of Tuesday’s encounter.
Highlighted Player (Callum Camps):
Callum Camps is yet another product of Rochdale football school. Born in Stockport, England on November 30, 1995, Camps came through Rochdale youth team before making his senior debut on April 13, 2013 in a 2-2 draw with Port Vale.
He has been playing for the Dale ever since and it has to be noted that his most successful season was the 2016/2017 as he scored eight goals in 44 appearances in the League one for the club. Despite being born in England, Callum Caps is eligible to play for Northern Ireland national team through his grandmother, but he has only one cap with the Northern Ireland U21 team.
He made his debut with the U21 team in a 2-1 loss to Macedonia on October 13, 2015. His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as both defensive and attacking midfielder as well.
Highlighted Team (Cheltenham):
Founded in 1887 by a local teacher Albert Close White, Cheltenham Town are an English club that compete in League Two. The Robins wear white jerseys with red stripes and white shorts when playing at home, while sky blue is the dominant colour of their away kit.
Cheltenham Town clinched the FA Trophy in 1998, with the team defeating Southport 1-0 in the title game. The match was played at Wembley Stadium in front of 26,837 spectators, with John Eaton scoring the only goal of the match. The Robins have won Leamington Hospital Cup, Midland Floodlit Cup, Gloucestershire Senior Cup, Cheltenham League and Gloucestershire Senior Amateur North Challenge Cup as well.
The likes of Gloucester City and Hereford are seen as Cheltenham’s traditional rivals, while, in more recent years, Forest Green Rovers have been the club’s main rivals. A 12-0 win over Chippenham Rovers (November 2, 1935), with the team suffering their biggest defeat against Tydfil (1-10) on March 8, 1952.