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Match Previews

Match Preview: Bristol Rovers vs Cambridge United

7 August 2017

We take a quick look at tomorrow's opponents Cambridge

Bristol Rovers go into the tomorrow evening's game looking to bounce back from defeat in the opening game of the season at Charlton. 

Marcus Stewart's View: ”We are a bit frustrated about the weekend, because the decisions didn't go for us, so everyone has a bit of anger and anxiety about them, so it was good to get a training session out of the way and have Tuesday's game coming around quickly.

Cambridge were down this way on the weekend against Exeter, so they will have a little bit of travelling in them. They had a disappointing result on the weekend and they could have got a result of the game, but it's an opportunity to draw a big team in the next round and it's a night game under the lights at the Mem, which is a great place for us to play and a great place for us to put things right from the weekend."

You can watch Marcus' full press conference here: 

Opposition: Cambridge United have already tasted defeat in the West Country already this season, opening their 2017/18 League Two campaign with a defeat at Exeter City. 

Reuben Reid’s early goal proved to be the deciding factor, with Jabo Ibehre and Luke Berry closest for Cambridge.                

Dangerman - Luke Berry: An attacking central midfielder, Luke returned to United during June 2015, having spent the 2014/15 season with Barnsley. A product of the U’s youth development scheme, he made his first-team debut in April 2010.

His career tally for the club had reached 64 in just over 250 games at the conclusion of 2016/17 season.

Last Time Out: Rovers secured a valuable three points against Shaun Derry's men thanks to a Billy Bodin brace in the push for promotion from SkyBet League Two in the 2015/16 season. 

Tickets: Supporters will be able to purchase tickets on the night at the Mem.     

Keeping Up With The Game: Full match commentary of Rovers game with Cambridge United can be heard through iFollow Gas. Supporters can access our LIVE match coverage by clicking here.

Alternatively, stay tuned to the club’s social media outlets. 

Bristol Rovers found on TwitterFacebook & Instagram for your match day fix and make sure you use #BristolRovers

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