Tranmere Rovers host Harrogate Town at Prenton Park on Tuesday night aiming for a third straight win in Sky Bet League Two, kick-off 7pm.
Keith Hill’s men overcame Bolton Wanderers 2-1 last Saturday, with Danny Lloyd and James Vaughan on target, which moved Rovers just two points from the play-offs.
Simon Weaver’s Harrogate sit 18th in their debut EFL season and picked up battling draws against promotion hopefuls Salford City and Exeter City in their previous two outings.
Otis Khan’s goal secured a 1-0 victory when the two sides last met during November’s fixture.
Referee: Andy Haines
Assistant referees: Alan Clayton and Peter Gooch
Fourth Official: Christopher Ward
One to watch
Striker, Jack Muldoon
Muldoon has scored 11 goals for the Sulphurites this campaign including one in the 2-2 draw at Salford on Friday night.
The 31-year-old has represented several different clubs at non-league level including Sheffield FC, Alfreton Town, Stocksbridge Park Steels, North Ferriby United and Worksop Town.
He earned a move to the EFL with Rochdale in 2014 before dropping back down with FC Halifax Town, Lincoln City, AFC Fylde and Harrogate, who he signed for in 2018.
Muldoon netted 13 times for the Yorkshire club last term as they were promoted from the Vanarama National League Play-Offs.
Priced at just £2, the SWA can purchase the official matchday programme by clicking HERE.
The programme is the ideal pre-match read for any TRFC fan, with fantastic features available to read.
Regular columns from Chairman Mark Palios and manager Keith Hill are included, plus all you need to know about visitors Harrogate.
Please note that this edition is a double combined programme from the Bolton game.
Former TRFC favourite Clint Hill will be a guest co-commentator on iFollow for Tuesday’s night’s clash with Harrogate.
Hill, who made over 150 appearances for Rovers, will join Phill Wilkinson and Adam Siddorn behind the mic, and you can get your match pass for £10 by CLICKING HERE.
“I’m excited and I can’t wait to return to Prenton Park on Tuesday night to watch the lads and provide match commentary on iFollow,” Hill said.
“Hopefully, many Tranmere fans will be tuning in to watch and listen to cheer on Keith and the players!”
The full broadcast will start at 6pm, while the SWA can watch the game live from 7pm.
Please note season ticket holders do automatically receive home games on their iFollow accounts and will not have to pay for this fixture.
Alternatively, you can follow the action through our social media channels below, with full text coverage during the fixture, followed by a match report.