Tranmere Rovers make the trip to Crawley Town on Tuesday evening as they aim to make it two wins out of the last two.
Crawley currently sit 13th in the league table. Three places and two points above Rovers after eight matches played.
The sides last met in the 2018/19 on the final day of the season with Crawley winning the game 3-1 as Rovers had already turned their attention to the play-offs. Earlier that season, Rovers were 5-1 victors at Prenton Park.
James Vaughan came through Saturday’s win unscathed after his first game following an isolation period. Calum Macdonald and Scott Davies also finished the game without any problems.
Corey Blackett-Taylor returned to the bench on Saturday after a spell out with a hamstring injury. Work on his return to full fitness will continue this week.
Manny Monthe may again be a doubt with a knee problem whilst Stefan Payne has been ruled out for three months after surgery on his groin.
Morgan Ferrier is still struggling with a hamstring issue.
Referee: James Oldham
Assistant referees: Aaron Farmer and Conor Farrell
Fourth Official: Alasdair Ross
One to watch
Striker, Tom Nichols.
The 27 year old has experience of both League One and Two with Exeter City, Peterborough United and Bristol Rovers before signing for Crawley this summer.
The forward has played a career total of 333 games, scoring 73 goals. In his eight appearances so far this season, Nichols has netted on two occasions in wins over Scunthorpe and Oldham.
With supporters currently unable to attend live games, an iFollow individual match pass can be obtained for £10. Season ticket holders will not be required to purchase a pass for this weekend’s game as it is a home match.
The TRFC radio team of Phil Wilkinson and Rob Edwards will be in place down in Sussex to provide live updates on proceedings.
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