Not sure, but there’ll probably be about 15,000 home fans there (but that’s counting season ticket holders who don’t show up)As just said, playing well lately, so going with some sort of confidence, so hoping we get a result.
Around 800 tickets sold already, believe it’s their “family day” so is cheap tickets. Any idea how many home tickets sold, Bolton fans?
Got to be 4c Saturday so should be fine.My guess would be our game doesn’t go ahead. Not diminishing anyone else in this league but Accy for what they’ve achieved maintaining this level over a long period of time with their resources command the highest level of respect. Whether Coleman could do it elsewhere I don’t know but at that club and with Andy Holt it just works.
If it did go ahead we should be favoured at home but football isn’t that simple.
I’d take the most boring 0-0 draw ever at the moment. Yes we’re struggling to score at home, our goal against Grimsby in the cup was the first since early September. Away we did beat Wycombe a month or two back and we scored at FGR last weekend so, you know, we’re in form. ;-)Cambridge at home with the opportunity of a rare home win in the offing. In fact chicken teeth are more common than us winning at Highbury. A good away win last Saturday so to follow up with more success really will mean Christmas has come early. The serious side is putting more distance with teams below us. Believe Cambridge have gone 693 minutes without scoring at home, you will probably score first but hoping we can come out on top 2-1
Yeah it’s that shaded bit that’s the issue in front of the Paddock which may be the problem. Guess it will depend how solid it is, come the afternoon it will be 2c but if that’s enough we will have to see.I'd be surprised if our game was on. It's been ridiculously cold here today and only slightly warmer come Saturday, but not enough to defrost the pitch. We always struggle if it's below zero.
Not a surprise you are expecting a low crowd, the prices are putting a lot off!We're doing kid a quid this week - but it's the adult prices that take the piss. Expecting a sub-3,000 crowd, what with it being the week before Christmas.
As for the game, it depends which Cheltenham turns up. The motivated one who give it a go from the off, take the lead then invite the opposition to break down, or the unmotivated one that just grinds away without looking like scoring and then let's in a goal at some point to lose the game. If it's the first, then I fancy our chances.