Crawley travel to Whaddon Road off the back of two defeats so far this season.
The reds currently sit 22nd in League Two, below Cheltenham on goal difference after one game, where they were beaten 1-3 at home by Port Vale.
Ex Australian international and Liverpool midfielder Harry Kewell has struggled to adapt to life as Crawley boss and will be looking to come away with all three points at the LCI Rail stadium this Saturday.
Kewell took over in May 2017 becoming the first Australian born manager in the Football League.
The Robins go into the game after an emphatic extra time victory in the first round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night, Crawley were knocked out of the competition, being beaten 5-1 by Birmingham City.
Crawley haven’t been as busy as some clubs this transfer window, but they’ve still signed seven new players and four players have let the club so far.
Players in: Moussa Sanoh, Mark Randall, Dennon Lewis, Panutche Camara, Dannie Bulman, Cedric Evina, Thomas Verheydt.
Players Out: Jason Banton, Bobson Bawling, Conor Henderson, James Collins.
The Robins memorably beat Crawley at home last campaign, with goals from now departed duo Billy Waters and Jack Munns giving Cheltenham a 2-1 win in October 2016.
Both sides will be looking to kick start their season this Saturday, with Cheltenham forward Mo Eisa looking to build on his three goals in his first two competitive fixtures.
Kick off at the LCI Rail Stadium is 3pm.