TRANMERE Rovers boss Micky Mellon says his team will give their all as they face Macclesfield in a two-legged FA Trophy semi-final which kicks off tomorrow.

The club advanced to the semi-final after beating Barrow 5-1 on February 25 and are potentially 180 minutes away from a Wembley final.

The first leg is at The Moss Rose on Saturday. Part two is at Prenton Park next Saturday, March 18.

Looking ahead to the game in a interview on the club's website, Mellon admits preparations are slightly different, but says his side will be going out in the same manner as usual on Saturday afternoon.

He continued: "It's different because it is over two legs, so at some point during the two matches, you will need to take a look at where you're at.

"But we'll certainly start the game as we start any other, trying to go and win it, get the first goal or the next goal, so we'll attack it like that.

"Things will become clearer at some stage through the two ties and you've got to be prepared for that and have a plan for what we may want to do.

"There has to be some excitement about being at this stage of the competition, so close to getting to Wembley.

"You have to give the full treatment to trying to take the Tranmere fans to the national stadium, so we'll have to give everything to try and make that happen."