Cambridge v Cheltenham preview
Last Updated: 20/04/18 11:12am
Cambridge striker Jabo Ibehre is likely to miss the final four games of the season with a knee injury so will not face Cheltenham.
Uche Ikpeazu would be his natural replacement, but the striker has had a back problem of late and has rejected the opportunity to stay at United, preferring to move to Hearts this summer. That means Barry Corr could start after he scored twice in the 2-0 win at Stevenage.
Liam O'Neil (thigh) is almost certainly out, while Piero Mingoia (groin) has returned to training and could come into contention for a place on the bench once again.
Cheltenham have doubts over three players ahead of the trip. Midfielder Kevin Dawson (ankle) is a doubt, as is defender Jordon Forster (Achilles) and striker Sanmi Odelusi (hamstring).
Defender Will Boyle has returned to contention. Manager Gary Johnson could make changes after three losses in four games.
Cambridge are unbeaten in their previous three games against Cheltenham in League Two (W2 D1), keeping clean sheets in each of the last two meetings.
Cheltenham have won just one of their four trips to Cambridge in League Two (L3) - a 2-1 victory back in October 2014.
The U's have lost two of their last three home league games (W1), as many as their previous 17 combined (W10 D5 L2).
The Robins have lost just one of their last four away league games (W2 D1), although that did come last time out against Exeter. They last lost back to back league games on the road in August (their opening two away games of this season).
No side has conceded more goals in the 90th minute or later in League Two this season than Cambridge United (seven, level with Crewe Alexandra).