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Tranmere make changes for Oldham match
Updated 4:14pm Friday 28th February 2014 in News
Tranmere assistant manager John McMahon will make at least two changes to his team for Saturday's home game against Oldham Athletic.
With both Matthew Kennedy and Matthew Pennington returning to Everton, there are positions to fill at right back and on the left wing.
Danny Holmes could make his first start since December, while Jake Kirby and Andy Robinson are in contention for the wide midfield role.
One player who won't be involved is Abdulai Baggie after the winger injured his knee ligaments playing for the reserves on Tuesday.
Tranmere go into the game aiming for their second home win in a row.
Rovers are 19th in League One with 35 points from 32 games and have won four, drawn five and lost seven at home this season.
Oldham come to Prenton Park two points and four places above Tranmere.
Lee Johnson's side have won four, drawn three and lost eight on their travels this season.
Johnson is without defender Genseric Kusunga because of a thigh injury but Korey Smith is expected to return in midfield.