Jeff Goulding (80 mins)
npower League 2
, Nov 24, 2012
Ground: Abbey Business Stadium , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 2,591
Taylor set for Cheltenham debut Cheltenham's new loan signing Jake Taylor will go straight into the squad to face Barnet after joining the Robins from Reading.
The Wales Under-21 international, who can play in a number of positions, has featured at this level as recently as last season when he spent a spell on loan at Aldershot.
Fellow Reading loanee Lawson D'Ath, whose stay at Whaddon Road was extended on Thursday, is still recovering from a knee injury and will return for the FA Cup tie with Hereford.
Defender Sido Jombati remains on the sidelines after his hernia operation and he is looking at the npower League Two trip to Northampton next month for a return.
Cheltenham remain in third place in the league despite two heavy defeats in the last week, the latest a 4-1 loss at Chesterfield on Tuesday night.
Barnet will be able to call upon the services of player/coach Edgar Davids.
The 39-year-old former Holland international is available after serving his one-match suspension in midweek following his red card for a second bookable offence in the home draw with Accrington.
Davids could be joined in the squad by ex-Everton midfielder John Oster, who has recovered from an ankle problem to come into contention.
However, Collins John misses out again. The former Fulham striker has been absent in recent weeks due to a thigh strain and manager Mark Robson admits there is no time scale on his return.
Cheltenham vs Barnet
Last modified 17:58 24/11/12
Goulding wins it Super-sub Jeff Goulding scored a superb goal to give Cheltenham a 1-0 victory after Barnet had missed a penalty.
The striker had been on the field less than a minute before finding the net with his first touch, a curling 25-yard effort beyond the reach of goalkeeper Graham Stack 10 minutes from time.
Chances were at a premium in the first half as the players struggled with the driving rain. Barnet's Mark Byrne forced a save from Scott Brown midway through the half with Shaun Harrad firing wide at the other end.
But the game burst into life after break with Graham Stack forced into two excellent saves to keep the Robins at bay.
He dived full-length to palm away a Chris Zebroski effort six minutes into the half and then managed to turn a deflected Harrad strike around the foot of the post on 70 minutes.
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Substitution||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Rating|
|4||Darren Carter(sub 78)|
|11||Jermaine McGlashan(sub 71)|
|18||Jake Taylor(sub 77)|
|10||Jeff Goulding(sub 78)|
|8||Sam Deering(sub 71)|
|16||Russell Penn(sub 77)|
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Substitution||Rating|
|8||Mark Byrne(sub 85)|
|10||Jonathan Nurse(sub 85)|