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Tranmere Rovers' boss rings the changes ahead of MK Dons clash
TRANMERE Rovers' boss Ronnie Moore has made changes to his team ahead of their League One clash with MK Dons tomorrow.
The Stadium MK, 3pm start, follows Rovers' defeat 2-0 by Walsall at Huish Park on Tuesday night.
The result saw Tranmere drop to fifth place in the League One table, having lead the pack for much of the season.
Ben Gibson returns to the squad after rejoining Rovers on loan from Middlesbrough and the centre back could replace Ian Goodison who is a doubt with a groin injury.
Midfielder Andy Robinson, Adam McGurk and James Wallace are all ruled out with injuries but Mamady Sidibe came through his first full 90 minutes for Rovers on Tuesday night without any problems.
Rovers go into the game in fifth place in League One with 63 points from 38 games.
On the road this season Moore's side have won nine, drawn four and lost six. A victory could lift the club as high as second.
MK Dons are currently 11th in the division with 51 points from 36 matches. At home in 2012-13 they have won nine, drawn four and lost five.
Tomorrow will be the 14th time the two clubs have met with MK Dons holding a nine wins to three advantage.
Earlier this season the Dons won 1-0 at Prenton Park in front of the Sky TV cameras, while Rovers' last win over Karl Robinson's side was a 4-2 victory at Prenton Park in October 2010, with Dale Jennings and Ian Thomas-Moore both netting twice.
There have been two key games between the sides, with the Dons' win over Rovers at the National Hockey Stadium in 2005 keeping them in League 1, and Tranmere's win at the same ground a year later securing their place in the division.
The first game between the two clubs was a 2-0 win for Brian Little's Rovers at Prenton Park thanks to goals from Jamaican internationals Paul Hall and Theo Whitmore.
Players who have represented both clubs include Ben Chorley, Antony Kay, Alan Navarro and Gareth Edds.