Plymouth Argyle vs Cheltenham Town
Steven Schumacher has worked wonders to keep the club competing for promotion to the Championship.
A total of 35 points have been accumulated from 18 matches, the fourth-best return in the division, and it has left the club in fourth position ahead of the run-in.
As it stands, Argyle trail leaders Rotherham United by nine points, but their game in hand and current form has ensured that the Millers have reason to be looking over their shoulder.
Since Plymouth's last defeat, which came against Rotherham on February 26, they have posted five victories in a row without conceding a goal, the latest success coming by a 4-0 scoreline against Accrington Stanley.
Ryan Hardie has scored in four of those fixtures, taking his tally for the campaign to 16 strikes from 33 appearances.
As far as Cheltenham are concerned, they are merely playing for pride with the club sitting 17 points adrift of the playoffs with just eight matches remaining.
Coincidentally, they sit the same number of points above the relegation zone, but Michael Duff can be more than satisfied with the club's first year back in this division.
That said, he will want their current form to continue, the Robins collecting nine points from a possible 12 with their only defeat coming against promotion-chasing MK Dons.
Cheltenham head into this contest on the back of successive 3-1 victories against Morecambe and AFC Wimbledon respectively, Callum Wright and Alfie May getting on the scoresheet on both occasions.
Despite suggesting that he was not overly pleased with Plymouth's performance against Accrington, Schumacher is unlikely to tinker with his team for Tuesday's game but for Broom replacing Camara.
Panutche Camara and Luke Jephcott Both will miss the Greens’ Sky Bet League One matches against Cheltenham Town and Ipswich Town because they both been selected for their respective international squads
However, Schumacher talked up the impact of Niall Ennis from the substitutes' bench after that result, and the forward may potentially take the place of Jordan Garrick.
While Cheltenham prevailed at the weekend, they did so in contrasting style, relying on three late goals after Duff had previously made a triple change.
Aaron Ramsey provided an assist and George Lloyd got on the scoresheet, leaving the pair in contention to earn a recall to the starting lineup.
With Charlie Colkett also being on the pitch for the turnaround, the trio could take the places of Elliot Bonds, Liam Sercombe and Andy Williams.Plymouth Argyle possible starting lineup:
Cooper; Wilson, Bolton, Gillesphey; Edwards, Mayor, Houghton, Broom, Grant; Garrick, HardieCheltenham Town possible starting lineup:
Evans; Long, Raglan, Boyle; Blair, Wright, Ramsey, Colkett, Williams; Lloyd, MayReferee
Chris Pollard is the man in the middle,
So far this season he has issued 72 yellow cards and one red in 22 games.
He will be assisted on Tuesday by Declan O'Shea and Justin Amey
The fourth official is Adrian QuelchCheltenham Town view of the game
You go from playing a struggling AFC Wimbledon team to one bang in form, with Plymouth winning their last five. What have you made of their recent performances?
You don't win nine games out of 11 games without being a good team. Ryan Lowe did a good job and it's been a seamless transition really (under Steve Schumacher) and they've actually improved. We know the next three games, although we are focused on this one, are going to be really, really tough.
Ryan Broom is not guaranteed to start, such is their strength. You have often described Danny Mayor as the best player in League Two, how does he rank in League One?
They have a lot of good players and they have a definite way of playing. It's a big team, I'd imagine there will be a pretty big crowd and they are going really well so credit to them that they've managed to keep kicking on.It's another long midweek trip. Will you do anything differently for this one?
We'll do what we've always done. The thing with Plymouth is that most of our lads are Cheltenham or Midlands based, so it's not a case of people wanting to drive themselves there when we play up north and stay over with their families, but we didn't allow that for Morecambe. We'll get on the bus, travel, prepare as well as we can and Monday was obviously a light day. We'll try and get a result against if not the form team, one of the form teams in the league.