Cheltenham

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Away

4
Won
1
1
Draw
1
0
Lost
3
11
Scored
2
5
Scored In
2
2
Conceded
4
2
Conceded In
4
3
Clean Sheets
1
2.6

AVG Goals Per Game

1.2

AVG Goals Per Game

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Form is the most important factor in sports betting. A teams form is normally very different at home compared to away.
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Mid week fixtures in the lower english leagues are very inconsistent. This is due to the number of fixtures in a season, managers have to rest players.

Cheltenham Current Form & Statistics

Cheltenham have won 80% of their last 5 home matches, and 20% of their last 5 away matches in the English League Two.

Cheltenham Current Home Form

Cheltenham have won 4 of their last 5 home games in the English League Two. Scoring an impressive 11 goals whilst managing to keep 3 clean sheets. Cheltenham’s last home fixture was a 4-1 victory over Harrogate Town giving them a great current home form record.

Cheltenham Current Away Form

Away from home Cheltenham have won 1 of their last 5 English League Two fixtures, scoring in 3 fixtures, and managing to keep 1 clean sheet(s) on the road. With a 1-0 lose against Newport in their last away match, Cheltenham’s current away form has been poor.

How many goals have Cheltenham scored this season?

Cheltenham have scored 61 goal(s) so far this season in the English League Two.

How many clean sheets have Cheltenham managed this season?

Cheltenham have managed 18 clean sheet(s) in the English League Two so far this season.

What teams will Cheltenham play this season?

Cheltenham will play Barrow, Bolton, Bradford, Cambridge, Carlisle, Colchester, Crawley, Exeter, Forest Green, Grimsby, Harrogate Town, Leyton Orient, Macclesfield, Mansfield, Morecambe, Newport, Oldham, Port Vale, Salford, Scunthorpe, Southend, Tranmere, Walsall, this season in the English League Two.

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