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Rovers face Swindon Town this weekend
11:24am Friday 4th October 2013 in News
TRANMERE Rovers take on Swindon Town in League One action at the County Ground tomorrow.
The match, kicking off at 3pm, will be the 65th time the two clubs have gone head to head.
Rovers have won 21 of the previous meetings with the Robins coming out on top in 27 and 16 all square.
Ronnie Moore's sqaud are 21st place on the League One table with five points from nine games.
A win tomorrow could lift Rovers from the bottom four and as high as 16th.
Swindon sit 12th in the division on 11 points. At home this season Mark Cooper's side are undefeated with three wins and a draw to their name.
Ronnie Moore will make at least one change to the side that started against Port Vale last Saturday.
Adam Dugdale has been recalled by Crewe at the end of his loan spell but Moore has brought in Barnsley defender Jim McNulty on loan for a month.
Liam Ridehalgh is eligible to play after his one match suspension was overturned on appeal while Danny Holmes has returned to training following illness.
However, James Wallace, Jason Koumas, Andy Robinson and Jake Kirby all miss out through injury.