Our prediction for this League 2 match:
After suffering back-to-back losses to the likes of Carlisle United and Leyton Orient in the previous two league fixtures, Cambridge United will be aiming to give fans some cheer when they face Cheltenham Town at their Abbey Stadium. However, home win should not be considered as influential midfielder Samir Carruthers is likely to miss the game with injury. Cheltenham Town, on the other hand, are on the right track to book their place in the League Two play-offs.
Since Michael Duff’s men are still in the race for automatic promotion to the League One, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the visitors. It has to be noted that Cheltenham Town are eyeing their third consecutive win on the road as they defeated the likes of Carlisle United (1-0) and Colchester United (2-0) in the previous two away games in the English fourth tier.
This game is postponed.
Highlighted Player (Reggie Lambe):
Born in Hamilton, Bermuda, on February 4, 1991, Reggie Lambe is a 171-cm tall midfielder who plays for Cambridge United in the League Two. Lambe is a product of the Ipswich Town football school, and he continued playing for the Tractor Boys at the senior level.
The Bermuda international made his Ipswich Town debut on August 11, 2009, in the League Cup against Shrewsbury Town. Reggie Lambe played for the likes of Bristol City (loan), Toronto FC, Nykopings BIS, Mansfield Town, and Carlisle United as well before joining Cambridge United in 2018. Lambe made his debut with the U’s in a 3-0 loss to Port Vale on August 4, 2018.
Speaking of his international, the Cambridge United midfielder earned his first cap at the age of 16 against St. Kitts and Nevis in December 2007. His main position is a right midfielder, but he is capable of producing fine performances as left and attacking midfielder as well. His preferred foot is right.
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.