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Tranmere Rovers at home to Port Vale in League One
TRANMERE Rovers face Port Vale in League One action at Prenton Park tomorrow.
Kicking off at 3pm, it will be the 73rd league meeting between the two clubs.
Vale, 13th on the table, defeated Rovers 2-0 in last season's Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Their last league match played was a 2-0 win for Tranmere at Prenton Park in March 2008, with Chris Greenacre and Ian Thomas-Moore the scorers.
Rovers' biggest home win over Vale was a 6-0 victory in 1959-60 in which the goals came from Charlton, Finney, Rowley, Mulkerrin, Eglington and Williams.
Players who have represented both clubs include John King, Tyrone Loran, George O'Callaghan, Chris Shuker, Jennison Myrie-Williams, Jim Steel, Cyril Done, Gareth Taylor and John Williams.
Rovers' dreams of Capital One Cup glory faded on Wednesday, following a 2-0 defeat by Stoke City at Prenton Park.
A brave display from Ronnie Moore’s squad went unrewarded as Stephen Ireland and Peter Crouch ensured Stoke City a fourth round tie against Birmingham City.
Ireland's first-half strike looked to have been the decider for much of the game, but Crouch made it two with the last kick to put the result beyond doubt.
The hosts performed admirably against their Premier League opponents, and came closest when Chris Atkinson shot wide with the score at 1-0.
Rovers were beaten 2-0 by Notts County at Prenton Park last weekend.
Looking ahead to tomorrow's match, manager Ronnie Moore said earlier this week: "We have to start winning games, we're not stupid. We don't want to be in the bottom four.
"We have to go out and roll our sleeves up and have a fight. The crowd will stay with you if you show blood, sweat and tears and do the job you're supposed to do."