Bristol Rovers are looking at getting back into the win column after slumping to two losses at the end of December with the club set to welcome Cheltenham Town to the Memorial Stadium on New Year’s Day.
Bristol were sensational up until a Boxing Day loss to Wycombe Wanderers away from home. Sadly for Joey Barton’s men, their playoff hopes took another beating by losing to Exeter City at home last time out in a stunning 4-3 thriller.
Bristol did hammer MK Dons 4-1 in the EFL Trophy in December too, while also beating Charlton Athletic back in League One. Barton’s side are now into 12th and still have high hopes of finishing in the top six this season.
Cheltenham returned to the win column last time out with a narrow win against Shrewsbury Town. Wade Elliot will be without Charlie Raglan in this game, however, as he was sent off in the recent 1-0 win.
The Robins lost to Plymouth Argyle just before that victory, as the club now sit 16th but a handful of points off the top half of the table still.