Can either side climb away from danger?
Of the two, Cheltenham Town’s position is more perilous, two points and three places worse-off than their visitors.
Wade Elliott’s team were unbeaten in five league matches prior to last weekend’s surprise 1-0 reverse at Forest Green.
Nevertheless, the Robins bounced back brilliantly on Tuesday night, demolishing Chelsea U21s in the EFL Trophy.
Charlie Brown bagging a brace before Liam Sercombe and Ryan Broom were on target late in a 4-0 win.
Back in League One, can Cheltenham claim three vital points?
Lincoln City meantime also put four past a Premier League club’s youth side in mid-week, edging out Everton 4-2, to reach the EFL Trophy last eight.
In the league, the Imps’ goalless draw with Wycombe last weekend means they’ve only lost two of their last ten.
So, will Mark Kennedy’s team leave Whaddon Road with a result?