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Tranmere Rovers take on Crawley Town in League One
1:00pm Friday 11th January 2013 in News
Tranmere Rovers' League One campaign resumes tomorrow with a game against Crawley Town at Prenton Park.
The game, 3pm kick-off, will be the first ever match between the two clubs at Prenton Park.
It comes a week after Ronnie Moore's squad were beaten 5-0 by Derby County in the FA Cup third round.
Rovers go into the match at the top of the table with 50 points from 26 games. At Prenton Park Ronnie Moore’s side have won seven, drawn four and lost two.
Crawley come to Birkenhead in eighth place in the division on 41 points. Away from home they have won six, drawn two and lost five.
David Amoo could make his debut for Rovers tomorrow. The winger came to Prenton Park on a six-month contract on Wednesday after leaving Preston North End.
If he is involved it won’t be his first appearance for a home team at Prenton Park, however, as he was regularly involved for Liverpool Reserves here from 2009 to 2011.
Amoo is unlikely to be involved in the squad by Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro or Abdulai Bell-Baggie as the game comes too soon in their recovery from injury while James Wallace is definitely ruled out with a knee injury.
Michael O’Halloran and Donervorn Daniels are both available after extending their loan deals from Bolton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion respectively.
Rovers' FA Cup dreams dissolved under a 5-0 demolition by Derby County on Saturday.
The Championship side took the lead shortly before half time at Pride Park and added four more goals in the second to book their place in the fourth round.
Looking ahead to tomorrow's game, Moore said earlier this week: "We've got a tough game against Crawley.
"In fact, the next four games are really important for us. They are meaty games which could have a big, big say on where we are in the league at the end of January.
"If we are still in the top six, with 16 games to go we could be still be in with half a shout at staying in top of the table by the end of the season."