Tranmere Rovers return to Prenton Park on Tuesday night to take on Michael Flynn’s Newport County side in Sky Bet League Two
Rovers approach this game following a maximum point week on the road last week, picking up wins away from home against Carlisle United and Leyton Orient respectively. Keith Hill’s men are 4th in the division heading into Tuesday’s round of fixtures.
Fellow promotion hopefuls Newport County played out a 0-0 draw at Rodney Parade on Saturday against Stevenage. In their last six games they have a record of won two, lost two and drawn two, leaving them in 6th position in the table.
Otis Khan remains sidelined with a hamstring injury, whilst Sid Nelson also missed Saturday’s game through injury. James Vaughan went off with a knock against Leyton Orient and will be assessed ahead of Tuesday night’s game.
Referee: Ben Toner
Assistant Referees: Joe Simpson and Paul Stonier
Fourth Official: Thomas Parsons
One to watch
Striker, Nicky Maynard.
Maynard arrived at the Exiles in the recent January transfer window, joining on loan from fellow League Two side Mansfield Town.
The experienced forward started his career at Crewe Alexandra back in 2005 where he netted an impressive 32 goals in 59 appearance for The Alex.
These eye catching performances earned him a move to Bristol City in a move worth over £2 million. A move to West Ham followed in 2012 where he gained promotion to the Premier League.
Further moves to Cardiff, MK Dons and Aberdeen followed before helping Bury win promotion to League One in 2019. Following financial troubles at Bury, Mansfield snapped up the striker in that summer where he narrowly missed out on another promotion, this time losing out in the play offs.
Maynard scored the winning goal for Newport against Grimsby Town recently and will no doubt be looking to add to that goal tally at Prenton Park on Tuesday night
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The TRFC radio team of Phill Wilkinson and Adam Siddorn will be joined by former TRFC Player Alex Hay who will be in place at Prenton Park to provide live updates on proceedings.
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