Our FIFA 20 Verdict has us picking up 11 points from the last six League Two outings. Will we be adding to that haul indoors against the Robins? As it stands, we’ve done enough to pull level on points with Morecambe and Macclesfield Town. Well, that’s if they’re not doing their own FIFA 20 Verdicts too. We didn’t ask and we’re not going to. Ignorance is bliss as far as the bottom of League Two is concerned. So, let’s get crackin’ what we can control…


FIFA 20 Verdict: Boro’ v Cheltenham Town

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Hells bells – this was dull. Even the game itself could only be bothered to burp up just over a minute’s worth of ‘highlights’. On paper, the stats are gonna tell you that we didn’t land a single shot on target. But that includes Charlie Carter clipping the outside of the post, plus a Danny Newton effort that came back off the upright. For some reason, that didn’t make it into the showreel. And yet Diaguely Dabo‘s non-event of an effort did.

We don’t know why either. But it’s another point. And that’s something…

Stevenage – 0
Cheltenham Town – 0

Team (4-2-3-1): 
Farman — James-Wildin, Soares, Cuthbert, Leesley — Lakin, Dabo — List, Carter, Kenners — Newton

Bastien, Digby, TVC, Nugent, Denton (List 80), CMS (Kenners 77), Kemp (Carter 62)


Boro’ MOM:
Leesley – 7.4 / 10



FIFA 20 Verdict: League Two Table (as it stands)

  • 22 – Stevenage         43   -21   34
  • 23 – Macclesfield Town 37   -15   33
  • 24 – Morecambe         37   -25   33


Morecambe (A) – 0-0; Scunthorpe United (H) – 3-2; Walsall (H) – 2-3; Oldham Athletic (A) – 4-0; Mansfield Town (H) – 3-2; Macclesfield Town (A) – 1-1; Cheltenham Town (H) – 0-0


Carlisle United (A); Newport County (H), Swindon Town (H)

Stay indoors. Save lives. Let our FIFA 20 Verdict protect our League Two status.

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Pete H is the head of the BoroGuide team; helping to keep the show on the road for the best part of two decades – all because of his love of Boro'. He was relatively late to the scene; first rocking up at Broadhall Way during the 1995-6 season. But that's mainly because he was too young to pledge allegiance before then. There have been more than enough highs (Easter Monday '96) and lows (Kettering '02) since then, however, to keep him occupied. Yes, and the 2010 title win...