A look-ahead to Tuesday night's League One game
Reds host Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday in a SkyBet League One fixture crucial to both sides.
Referee: James Linington Assistants: Andrew Aylott and Dave Bushell Fourth Official: Christopher O'Donnell
Billy Clarke (broken hand) misses out for Reds and Paul Connolly (groin) is a doubt.
Tranmere have no fresh injury worries following their win over Shrewsbury on Saturday with Ian Goodison and Jason Koumas, who both came off in the win over Shrewsbury, expected to recover in time.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: "There is a real determination among the boys to build on Saturday's win and finish the season strongly. It won't be easy because Tranmere will come here believing they can get another good result. It should be an open game and that ought to suit us. We certainly owe our own fans a good performance."
John McMahon (Tranmere caretaker manager): "They are a good side. I saw them lose 2-1 to Port Vale a fortnight ago and they were unlucky that night. They are well organised with some good players so we are expecting a tough game."
WE'VE MET BEFORE
Reds have yet to beat Tranmere in the Football League. Last season, Rovers won 5-2 here and 2-0 at Prenton Park while a late goal by Ryan Lowe earned the hosts a 3-3 draw when the teams met on the Wirral back in August. Joe Walsh (2) and Billy Clarke were on target for Reds that day.
Reds have won one of their last seven which was at MK Dons on Saturday. Tranmere have won their last two.
GOING TO THE MATCH?
Season ticket holders can claim an extra ticket for FREE for this fixture. Remember, too, that tickets for the original fixture on February 18 are valid. All the ticket details can be found here.
FANCY A FLUTTER?
Reds are 19/20 to win, the draw is 9/4 and Tranmere are backed at 3-1 by league sponsors SkyBet. Jamie Proctor to score first in a 2-0 Crawley win is a tasty 33-1. All the odds can be found here.
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There is live commentary on BBC Surrey on 104-104.6 FM