Stockport County vs Tranmere Rovers: League Two Preview, Gameweek 30, 2023

Stockport County vs Tranmere Rovers: League Two Preview, Gameweek 30, 2023

Tranmere Rover getting back into action after a positive week, ending a satisfactory transfer window and beating the pacemaker Leyton Orient, rover Travel to another playoff chase team at Dave Chalinor’s County Stockport.

Rovers Beginning to 2023 before last week was unsatisfactory to lose Crew Alexandra in front of the overwhelming home pulls along Sutton United and wallall meant the Super White Army was 15th in the League Two Table, far from expectations. Now, after a brilliant result at the weekend and a positive rounding of the squad with recent transfers, the club are looking up for the play-offs.

In Stockports first season back in the football league after promotion from the Bundesliga last season, the hatter Seats in 10th place league two, Three points behind the playoffs.

Form has not been activated county side, with a win over Northampton city three weeks ago saves them a winless streak that would add up to six, but the longer they go without a win the more they’ll crash in the league and slip out of the playoffs.

Saturday gives Stockport a chance to get back on track and grab a win against another play-off pursuit team rover will continue to raise the Super White Army after last week’s zeal and a return to ignite League One for trammers.

County Stockport

from district‘s Last outing on Tuesday evening, they will be without boyhood hatter Connor Jenningswho has made a change to Hartlepool United. Another departure was defender Calum MacDonald, who have completed a permanent transfer League One Page Bristol Rovers.

An addition to Stockport’s squad was the signing of a versatile left winger Joe Graysonwho joined Dave Chalinor’s side on loan carts until the end of the season.

Antoni Sarcevic may still be out with an injury, as well Tanto Olafewho was hit a few weeks ago.

Tranmere Rover

brad walker So his full debut could be given on Saturday Mickey Mellon said he brought it here “Contest” in the middle of the park, although the midfield two of Chris Merry and Lee O’Connor were praised by Mellon after the draw against Walsall.

“I thought the two midfielders were excellent,” said Mellon after a dismal home game against Walsall.

Signing new loans Regan Hendry and Jay Turner Cookearrive from Forest Green Rovers and Newcastle United or are in the pipeline for theirs rover Debut.

The only concern so far is injury Joel Mumbongowho was substituted off injured towards the end of the first half against Walsall but could return to the squad.

County Stockport

Hinchcliffe; Wright, Byrne, Johnson; Knoyle, Camp, Collar, Croasdale, Hussey; Wootton, Madden.

Tranmere Rover

heworld; Dacres-Cogley, Davies, Turnbull, Bristow; Hawkes, Merrie, O’Connor, Morris; Saunders, Hemings.

Josh Hawkes

After his performance against Walsall, where he looked a constant threat going forward, Josh Hawkes could prove crucial on the wing if Tranmere is looking to get back to winning ways on Saturday.

Hawkes has scored six times in 24 games rover and twice in Tranmere’s last three games – a free-kick against Walsall and a superb curling shot against Sutton United.

Stockport, whose defense is known for being determined, will have to do his best to keep him calm.

Paddy Madden

A veteran of English Football League and with 9 goals this season, Madden will be one to watch out against Rover.

Madden is a renowned Football League goalscorer and after a rough start, that was a major reason Yeovil city were promoted to the championship against all odds. the hatter Striker was involved in 12 goals in his 24 appearances – he scored 9 goals and prepared three assists.

He could play a key role in Stockport’s attack for Saturday’s clash against Tranmere and another of the division’s best and defensively smartest defenses will need to be in good form to beat the dangerous Irishman.

Where is the game played?

The game is hosted by County Stockport and takes place on Edgeley Park.

When is kick-off?

Kick-off is on Saturday 4th February at 15:00 GMT.

How can I watch?

The game will not be televised live in the UK.

You can purchase a Matchpass on iFollow from Tranmere Rovers for £10 or listen to the game and only pay £1.

Highlights will be available on Tranmere Rovers and County Stockport‘s YouTube channel after the game.

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