On: Ryan Jackson|Off: James Olayinka
On: Rory Holden|Off: Dennis Politic
On: Jamie Proctor|Off: Daniel Butterworth
On: Dylan Barkers|Off: Taylor Perry
- OlayinkaOn: Ryan Jackson | Off: James Olayinka
- PerryOn: Dylan Barkers | Off: Taylor Perry
14 Caleb Taylor
63' 22 Ryan Jackson
28 Taylor Perry
88' 26 Dylan Barkers
15 Will Ferry
32 Ryan Broom
10 Alfie May
- PoliticOn: Rory Holden | Off: Dennis Politic
- ButterworthOn: Jamie Proctor | Off: Daniel Butterworth
14 Funso Ojo
19 Gavin Massey
69' 17 Rory Holden
83' 13 Jamie Proctor
29 James Plant
27 Sam Robinson
VENUE: The Completely-Suzuki Stadium
REFEREE: Martin Coy
|-||Match ends, Cheltenham Town 0, Port Vale 0.|
|90'+4'||Second Half ends, Cheltenham Town 0, Port Vale 0.|
|90'+3'||Attempt blocked. Ryan Broom (Cheltenham Town) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.|
English League One Standings
|19||Milton Keynes Dons||38||-20||39|
|24||Forest Green Rovers||38||-42||26|
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