Tranmere Rovers take on Stevenage in Sky Bet League Two action at Prenton Park on Tuesday night in a 7pm kick off.
Rovers approach this fixture having won their previous five league games and are unbeaten in eight games in all competitions. Keith Hill’s men are 3rd in the division and four points off the league summit with a game in hand.
Stevenage currently occupy the 21st position in Sky Bet League Two and have won one, drew three and lost two of their previous six games.
The last meeting between the two sides was only last month which resulted in a stalemate at the Lamex Stadium.
Keith Hill has reported that as of Monday, there are no new injury or Covid-19 concerns within the squad.
Referee: Robert Madley
Assistant referees: Richard Woodward and Kenny Hughes
Fourth Official: Richard Bartlett
One to watch
Striker, Luke Norris.
Having signed for Stevenage in January of this year, Norris netted his first goal in red and white in last weekend’s draw with Morecambe.
The 27 year old started his career with Brentford and gained experience on loan at Boredom Wood, Northampton and Dagenham and Redbridge.
It was at Gillingham in 2014 where Norris found his first consistent run of games where he scored 14 times in 70 outings for The Gills. He then moved onto Swindon where his goals return was very similar with 17 goals in 74 appearances.
The physical striker joined Colchester in 2018 and and played more games for them than any other Club in his career so far before making the move to Stevenage this year.
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