Artus keeps Robins' hopes alive

Martin Allen's Cheltenham Town temporarily staved off relegation from League One with a 1-0 victory over rivals Yeovil at Whaddon Road.

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Artus (l): Celebrates his winner against Yeovil

Artus (l): Celebrates his winner against Yeovil

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On-loan Frankie Artus found the net on 51 minutes after winger David Hutton's low shot had struck the base of the right post.

Kieran Murtagh later hit the crossbar for Yeovil, who also had Gary Roberts sent off for a second bookable offence.

Scott Brown was kept busy in the Cheltenham goal with Yeovil also having a late penalty shout for handball by Yuri Berchiche waved away.

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