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Rovers away game with Brentford will go ahead
8:30am Saturday 19th January 2013 in News
Tranmere Rovers say the club's away game against Brentford this afternoon will go ahead following an early pitch inspection by referee Darren Deadman.
Rovers manager Ronnie Moore is likely to take an unchanged squad.
James Wallace again misses out due to a knee injury but Abdulai Bell-Baggie could be involved after returning from injury at Coventry.
Moore brought Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Danny Harrison into the side at the Ricoh Arena but could recall Andy Robinson and Adam McGurk.
Rovers travel to Griffin Park in first place in League One with an away record of seven wins, four draws and three defeats.
Brentford are currently four points below Tranmere in third place in the division. The Bees have won eight, drawn three and lost one at home this season.
Former Rovers loanee Shaleum Logan is likely to be in the squad for the home side but Bees boss Uwe Rosler is without Kevin O'Connor (ankle) and Farid El Alagui (knee).