Newly-promoted Wrexham visit Prenton Park this Saturday in a local derby match (12.30pm kick-off).
It will be the first meeting between the two sides in the English Football League since a 5-1 Rovers victory at Wrexham back in January 2005.
Rovers go into the game on the back of a spirited performance despite exiting the Carabao Cup to Championship leaders Leicester City on Tuesday evening.
Saturday’s visitors were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, losing out to Bradford City on penalties.
The side now owned by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny currently sit 16th in League Two after winning one of their first five and drawing three.
Ian Dawes mentioned in his pre-match press conference that Jake Leake will be missing for a couple of weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in training.
Lee O'Connor will also miss out as his ankle injury continues to be monitored.
The medical staff are still waiting on scan results to determine the extent of Luke Norris' injury so the timeline for his absence is currently unknown.
Apart from those three players, Dawes has a fully-fit squad to select from.
One to watch: Elliot Lee
Attacking midfielder Lee has five goals and an assist in his seven games so far, beginning his second campaign with Wrexham with a fine run of form.
The 28-year-old started his senior career with West Ham United in 2012 where he took in several loan spells before moving on to Barnsley in 2016.
After a season at Oakwell, Lee joined Luton Town where he spent five years. During his time at Luton, Lee was loaned out to Oxford United and Charlton Athletic before joining Wrexham in 2022.
In total, Lee has scored 20 goals in his 58 appearances for Wrexham to date.
Manager: Phil Parkinson
Following the arrival of their new owners, Wrexham moved to appoint former Sunderland boss Parkinson as the man to lead their charge back to the EFL.
Parkison’s Wrexham suffered heartbreak in the National League play-off semi-finals in 2021/22, as well as losing out to Bromley in the final of the FA Trophy the same season.
However, Parkinson led Wrexham to promotion after a 15-year absence from the EFL by winning their first league title in 45 years last season.
Parkinson started his managerial career at Colchester United, where he spent three years before a short spell with Hull City.
Longer spells with Charlton, Bradford and Bolton Wanderers followed before joining Sunderland in 2019 and Wrexham in 2021.
Due to high demand, supporters will need to have previous booking history with the Club and will need to be already registered on our ticketing system in order to purchase tickets.
Though we regret the inconvenience this may cause, we have to put the safety of supporters first.
Any ticket sales purchased knowingly for Wrexham supporters in the home end will be cancelled due to a breach in the ticket terms and conditions and ground regulations.
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