Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Kick off 15:00 (UK)

11 March 2023 Venue MEMS Priestfield Stadium Attendance

Kick off 15:00 (UK)

Buy a pass:

Listen live now

Watch live now

Listen or watch live now

Recent results


English Football League - League Two

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Live commentary of this match has not yet started.

toggle inactive

key moments

Updated at

There are currently no key moments to display.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Match Previews

Match Preview: Gillingham

10 March 2023

Tranmere Rovers look to extend their unbeaten run to 4 matches, as Micky Mellon’s side visit Gillingham in Sky Bet League Two.

Rovers look to build on wins against Stevenage and Crawley, and a draw last weekend to Hartlepool at Prenton Park, as the whites visit Priestfield Stadium.

Gillingham come into the game after a goalless draw on Saturday afternoon away at Harrogate Town. The Gills must start to pick up points after a tough campaign, as we approach the business end of the season.

The majority of games between the two sides have been draws, with the scores tied in 15 of the 36 games. The first meeting between the teams was back in January 1962 as Rovers beat Gillingham 1-0, and the reverse fixture this season ended in a 3-0 victory for TRFC at Prenton Park.

It’s been a mixed bag for Neil Harris’ side this season at home, winning 6 and losing 6 out of the 16 games played in Kent.

One To Watch: Tom Nichols

Tom Nichols is a 29-year-old striker, who joined Gillingham in the January Transfer Window.

The forward, born in Wellington, started his footballing career at Exeter City, progressing through the Academy System, before signing his first professional deal in 2011.

He enjoyed loans at Dorchester Town, Hereford United and Bath City before breaking through into the first team and scoring 32 goals in 97 appearances.

He joined Peterborough United in 2016 and scored 11 in 50 games, before departing for Bristol Rovers.

A tough spell at Bristol where Nichols couldn’t quite find the scoring rhythm, scoring just 4 goals in 94 games, as well as a loan spell where he failed to find the back of the net for Cheltenham Town in 2020.

He signed for Crawley Town in 2020 and played 101 times for Town, scoring 23 times, before signing for Gillingham in January.

He has come into the Gills and made an impact – scoring 3 in 7 and gaining 3 assists, with an average of 229 minutes per goal.

The Manager: Neil Harris

Neil Harris is a former professional footballer, turned football manager. Born in Orsett in 1977, Harris played as a forward.

He signed his first deal for Cambridge City aged 18, before signing for Millwall just a year later. He played for Millwall for 6 years, scoring 93 goals in 233 games, as well as enjoying a loan spell at Cardiff City.

He signed for Nottingham Forest in 2004, where he featured 33 times, scoring just once, as well as going on a temporary loan move to Gillingham.

He returned to Millwall back in 2007, playing a further 141 times, scoring 31, and ended his career at Southend in 2013. He played 486 times professionally, scoring 140 goals.

He started his coaching career as soon as retiring, for Millwall U21s in 2013, and took over as caretaker manager in his first year in the setup for a brief time.

He was appointed Millwall manager back in 2015, staying for 4 years, where he led the side to the League One Play-Off Final twice, winning it the latter time. In October 2019, he resigned as manager.

Later in 2019, Harris was hired as Cardiff City Manager, taking the teams to the play-offs in his first season, however, was sacked in 2021 after a run of 6 defeats.

He was appointed Gillingham Manager in January 2022, but with his first season ending in relegation, his current job is to steer the Gills back to League One – but is struggling at the moment with the side sitting in 20th.

Harris has managed 373 professional games, winning 143 and drawing 106 – meaning just a 38.3% win percentage.

Team news:

Manager Micky Mellon confirmed that the injuries picked up by Paul Lewis and Brad Walker last time out are 'long term' whilst Kane Hemmings and Kieron Morris both remain sidelined.

How to watch Gllingham v Tranmere Rovers

Supporters overseas are able to stream Saturday's game live on iFollow.

Click here to begin buying your match pass to watch the full game live on your device.

If you are a new user, you will need to create an account before purchasing your pass.

UK based supporters aren't permitted to watch the game live but can, however, listen to full match commentary.

How can I listen to live commentary of Gillingham v Tranmere Rovers?

If you would prefer to listen to the game for a cheaper price, you can do so on iFollow.

Similarly to buying a match pass, you can click here to buy your audio pass. This will give you access to full match commentary from TRFC Radio.

You can also buy monthly audio passes to save money each month.

First time visitors

If you are visiting Prenton Park for the first time, we have all the information you need to know! Click here to view our home fan guide.

Advertisement block

Match Reports

Gillingham 2-0 Tranmere Rovers

11 March 2023

Tranmere Rovers fell to defeat on the road in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday to the hands of Gillingham.

Shaun Williams’ first half header was followed by a late Conor Masterson strike to secure all three points for the home side.

It was a cagey opening to the encounter with any threat from either side coming from long throw ins or set pieces. Max Ehmer flicked on a long throw from the right which Joe Murphy bravely punched away from danger under pressure from a sea of blue shirts.

Shaun Williams was next to try his luck from a set piece when he met a corner at the back post which Murphy gathered amongst a melee of players.

Down the other end, Harvey Saunders met a looping Chris Merrie cross from the left but his header didn’t have the power to test Morris in the Gills' net.

David Tutonda showed his pace down the left hand side before firing a low cross which Murphy got his finger tips to and turned it around the post.

On the half hour mark, Regan Hendry drove into space in the Gillingham half before playing it out wide to the overlapping Dacres-Cogley who seen his low cross deflect just past the far post.

Moments later, the hosts opened the scoring. A corner from the left was floated in by Alex MacDonald and there was a free Shaun Williams, who had escaped his marker, to power a header beyond Murphy and into the Rovers net. 

Approaching half time, Regan Hendry again carried the ball into the Gillingham box before laying off to Josh Hawkes but his swerving shot went high and wide.

The second half started with the home side creating the chances. Tom Nichols was allowed freedom inside the box to get a header on target but it was straight down Murphy’s throat.

In the 60th minute, Nichols came close again to doubling the advantage when he leapt above Dacres-Cogley but his downwards header landed a yard wide of the post.

Substitute Joel Mumbongo tried to change the pattern of the game when he turned and dragged a shot wide from 25 yards.

With five minutes remaining, Gillingham put the game beyond doubt. Williams’ cross from an unorthodox position on the left went along the face of goal and Masterson was there, unmarked, to fire in from close range and secure all three points for Neil Harris’ side.

Tranmere team: Murphy, Dacres-Cogley, Turnbull, Jameson, Bristow, Hawkes (Chalmers 78’), Merrie, Hendry, O’Connor, Burton (Mumbongo 55’), Saunders.

Unused subs: Hewelt, Turner-Cooke, Fisher



Advertisement block

Ticket News

Gillingham ticket details

9 March 2023

Tickets for our away game against Gillingham on Saturday 11th March are now on sale.

We have received an initial allocation of 433 tickets which are priced as follows:

Adult: £22

Senior 65+: £19

Young Adult 18-21: £14

U18: £10

U12: Free with paying adult

Disabled supporters pay age related price will get a free PA ticket. Wheelchair tickets are issued as a general sale ticket. Row A is for wheel chair and accessible seating

Please note that there will be no ticket sales on the day.

Tickets are on sale until Friday 10th March at 11am and can be collected up until 2pm that day. Any uncollected tickets will be taken to Gillingham for collection.


Coach travel is available at the following prices:

Non Member: £55

Member: £53

Match and travel tickets are available to purchase both in store or online by clicking here.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

iFollow Next Match Tickets Account