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League leaders Tranmere take on Crawley tomorrow
TOP-of-the-table Tranmere Rovers continue their League One campaign tomorrow with an away game against Crawley.
Ronnie Moore's squad go into the match at Broadfield Stadium with 17 points from seven games.
Crawley are just three places below Tranmere. Richie Barker’s side have 13 points to their name and have won two and lost one at home.
Rovers' boss Ronnie Moore is confident his side is capable of returning to Wirral with three points.
He said: "It’s a tough game but there are no easy games. It’s our away form we need to improve on as a group and over the years it has always been that way at Tranmere.
"If we can keep another clean sheet that will be pleasing for me.
"Richie Barker was a player of mine when I was at Rotherham and he’s doing a fantastic job there with Steve Coppell. It will be nice to see those two but hopefully we can do a job there."
On the casualty bench for tomorrow's fixture, which kicks off at 3pm, are strikers Adam McGurk and defender Paul Black, both unavailable due to thigh injuries.
Defender Ian Goodison is still around ten days from returning to full training following surgery on his knee at the start of the season.
On tomorrow's opponents, Moore continued: "They’re flying and they’re well organised. They’ve got Mike Jones who used to be here who is a quality player who has come on as he’s got older.
"Alexander and Ajose up front…if our back four can handle those two I don’t think they’ll get a bigger test this season."
Rovers kept their place at the top of the League One table on Tuesday night following a 3-0 defeat of Bury.
Birkenhead-born midfielder Andy Robinson scored twice from the penalty spot and Jake Cassidy adding the third.
The result was the Club's 16th game at Prenton Park without defeat and fourth win in as many home games in the new campaign.
Moore, who was named League One manager of the month this week, said afterwards: "We said it would be a hard game and it was a hard game. No one is going to come and lie down.
"We got the breaks at the right time and luckily for us that's what's happening at this present time.
"For effort, determination and desire to grind out a win...there are different ways to win a game and we've done that twice at home now.
"But we've got to improve with our passing and we will. At the moment we're keeping clean sheets and scoring goals.
"We said their danger would come from set plays and Sodje is always a threat.
"One of our lads has lost him but it was a great header from Wallace because if that goes in goals change games. But it's a win so how can I moan?"