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Rovers ready for 'meaty' home game against League One leaders Leyton Orient
TRANMERE Rovers' boss Ronnie Moore hopes his team can record successive league wins for the first time this season when they take on top-of-the-table Leyton Orient at Prenton Park on Saturday.
The league leaders come to Birkenhead with an unbeaten record but Moore is confident of getting a result.
Tomorrow's game will be the 37th time the two clubs have met, with Rovers holding a 16 wins to 13 advantage.
Rovers won 3-1 against Orient at Prenton Park on the opening day of last season, with the goals coming from Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro (2) and Zoumana Bakayogo, but Orient defeated Ronnie Moore's side 2-1 at the Matchroom Stadium in February.
Looking ahead to tomorrow, Moore said: "It's a meaty game. They're top of the league and haven't been beaten and it's a great opportunity for our lads."
Ryan Lowe earned Rovers their first League One win since the end of August after a spirited performance against Bradford City on Sunday afternoon.
The striker profited from a Jake Kirby flick-off and tucked home the winner at The Coral Windows stadium.
His third goal of the season, it earned Ronnie Moore's squad their first points since early September and lifted Ronnie Moore's squad to 21st place on the table.
Moore said: "I thought we were fantastic on Sunday and if we give that same performance we give ourselves a good chance.
"It would be nice to get back to back wins and to get a home win. Prenton Park has been a fortress in the past and we want to get back to that.
"In the last few weeks it has been coming and the win on Sunday was coming.
"I thought we could go there and be hard to beat and that's what we've got to do at the moment."
Saturday's match is the first of three massive League One games for Rovers.
They face Rotherham in away match on Tuesday night and are at home to MK Dons a week on Saturday, October 26.
Moore said: "It's a massive week for us with three games and two of them at home.
"They're all against teams in really good positions and it will be a tester for our lads.
"We have to be in their faces and we have to get off to a flying start."