TRANMERE Rovers are just 90 minutes away from finding out if they are off to Wembley for the National League promotion final.

Micky Mellon's side will be looking for a repeat win against Aldershot Town in the second leg of the semi-final play-off at Prenton Park on Saturday, starting at 12.15pm.

It follows their 3-0 away victory against Aldershot in the first leg on Wednesday.

At stake is a place in the promotion final at Wembley a week on Sunday, May 14.

But that is something that could not be further from Micky Mellon's mind at this moment.

During a press conference at the club's Solar Campus training ground this afternoon he told the Globe: "I'm thinking about nothing other than tomorrow, it's the way that I've always managed.

"We're getting the players as prepared as best we can for tomorrow - physically, tactically and psychologically, if you like - so that they're ready to go, but it's all about tomorrow's game".

An estimated 10,000 fans are expected at Prenton Park on Saturday.

Mellon continued: "If you thought the atmosphere at Aldershot was good, just wait until you see tomorrow.

"It will be electric, because the Tranmere fans are just as passionate as anybody.

"They will be there from the start, moving the players on and that's great for the team. They enjoy that kind of support".

He continued: "We'll have the drums, tambourines and guitars, will do everything we can to move the players forward and keep that atmosphere going to make for a fantastic event.

"We'll be fully focused on doing the job that this group of players wants to do, will do our best to try to represent this football club the best way that we can and try to get through a tough semi-final".

Praising his team's recent performances, Mellon said they were focused and ready for the job, adding: "We will have a game plan and may adapt and adjust that.

"We work on a few team sheets. The important thing is that the principals of play never change.

"We give people jobs to do and expect them to be done and expect them to turn in the kind of performances they did on Wednesday.

"The lads have been playing tremendously well".

Mellon will once more be without long-term injury absentees Steven Jennings, Darren Stephenson, Ben Tollitt, Jake Kirby, Jay Harris and Ritchie Sutton.

Aldershot will assess the fitness of Kundai Benyu who limped off during Wednesday night's match.