Rovers look to make it four league wins in a row as we face Leyton Orient on Saturday afternoon in Sky Bet League Two.
It will be the second time the two sides have met this month after facing each other in the second round of the F.A Cup which was a day to forget for Micky Mellon’s side.
However, that result is by far in the past after some very impressive wins in recent weeks including last time out as we beat Exeter City to make it back-to-back away wins and look to continue the momentum on home soil.
As for the visitors, they come into the game off the back of a home defeat to Crawley Town, leaving them sitting one place and one point behind Rovers in the table.
Callum McManaman will be missing due to suspension after receiving a red card in the clash with Exeter City last time out.
Nat Knight-Percival and Paul Glatzel are still ruled out with muscle injuries.
One to Watch: Harry Smith
The former Northampton Town and Macclesfield Town striker has been in fine scoring form in Sky Bet League Two this season, leading the way as the club’s joint top goal scorer with Aaron Drinnan with 13 goals.
After beginning his youth career with the likes of Brentford, Chelsea and Gillingham, he has also featured for Millwall, Swindon and Motherwell before joining the O’s.
The 26-year-old was Kenny Jackett’s sixth summer signing and has been a big plus to the Orient side, particularly with his height whilst standing at 6ft 5”.
He has also just recently won the Sky Bet League Two goal of the month award for November after a brilliant strike against Sutton United.
Manager: Kenny Jackett
One of the more experienced managers in Sky Bet League Two, Kenny Jackett knows exactly what it takes to win in the EFL.
After being a one-club man throughout his career, he made over 300 appearances for his home-town club Watford, whilst also appearing for his national side, Wales over a six year period.
Since retiring and entering football management, he has managed at a number of clubs including Millwall, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Portsmouth which were his longest stints as his seven clubs overall.
He won promotion from League Two with Swansea in 2005 and then went on to win Millwall promotion for the first time in their history via the play-offs, to the championship.
He also took Millwall to the semi-final of the F.A Cup in 2013 before leaving the Den to join Wolves where he won an immediate promotion to the championship and set a new divisional points record of 103.
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