The match of 6th round between Southend и Cheltenham will take place at Roots Hall on 17 October 2020, Saturday.
The distance between the teams in the league table is 7 points.
Southend takes the 23rd position in the league table with 2 points. This is the 5th of 46 team game in the tournament.
The difference with the nearest team on top is 1 point (Southend can score 123 points). The distance from the bottom league record is 1 point. The nearest pursuer is 1 point lower and has the opportunity to score 123 points additionally. The goal difference is 4:11. The Southend defensive line is one of the worst in the league.
Cheltenham takes the 6th position in the league table with 9 points. This is the 5th of 46 team game in the tournament.
Cheltenham has the same number of points with the nearest team on top and can score 123. In addition, the distance from the TOP-4 is zero points (123 points are possible). The nearest pursuer has the same number of points with Cheltenham and can score 123 points. The goal difference is 9:5. In addition, the Cheltenham offensive line is one of the TOP-4 in the tournament.
Southend could not win in the last 5 matches, with 4 losses and 1 draw.
The team scored 4 points оn its own field in 10 last matches, with the following results 1 win, 1 draw and 8 losses. The difference between scored and conceded goals is 9-23. The average number of goals is 0.9. The average number of cards in 10 last matches is 2.6.
Leading players in the last 15 matches in all tournaments: Stephen Mclaughlin (1), Sam Mantom (1), Lewis Gard (1), Charlie Kelman (1), Terrell Egbri (1), Stephen Humphrys (1), Liam Gibson (1).
The team scored 24 points when playing away in 10 last matches, with the following results 8 wins, zero draws и 2 losses. The difference between scored and conceded goals is 15-7. The average number of goals is 1.5. The average number of cards in 10 last matches is 2.6.
The team has participated in 4 matches over the past two weeks. This can cause team fatigue and require the rotation of the main players.
Leading players in the last 15 matches in all tournaments: Reuben Reid (3), Andrew Williams (3), Alfie May (2), Charlie Raglan (2), Finn Azaz (2), Ryan Broom (1), Luke Varney (1).