Manager Micky Mellon is fully aware of the threat Yeovil Town possess ahead of this weekend’s trip to Somerset.
Rovers will make the near 500-mile round trip this weekend in search of their fourth win on the bounce in League Two, but Mellon admits it will be no easy task to return back to Prenton Park with three points in the bag.
Speaking to the media from the Campus, the manager also gave an update on Cole Stockton after the striker underwent a hernia operation late last week.
“I know it is going to be a tough match. They are capable of causing anyone problems if you make mistakes or don’t do the basics very well.
“We know that and we will remind the players. We know that Yeovil is a very difficult place to go and try and get a result. We will make sure the players are ready to go and pick up another valuable three points.
“Cole Stockton’s operation went ok. He was in today and he is walking around. The medical keyhole surgery they have now, there is not as big layoff as there used to be.
“He will rapidly now over the next couple of weeks work towards coming back to training and hopefully he has got over it because the boy was in quite a bit of pain.”
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