Tranmere Rovers are looking to secure back-to-back wins in League Two for the first time since January on Tuesday (March 15)
Harrogate Town are the visitors to Prenton Park.
Simon Weaver brings his side into the tie on a run of four games without a win.
Turning form around
Rovers won their first league game since the start of February on Saturday.
A late double from Elliott Nevitt secured all three points against Mansfield.
His goal in the 95th minute ended a run of five without a win.
Tranmere had slipped down to sixth in the league table before Saturday’s win.
They’re back up to fourth but teams below them still have games in hand.
Manager Micky Mellon has tried to change things during the poor run of form.
Those include a change of shape and a debut for Jake Burton.
Neither of those changes made the outcome any different when the team lost to Northampton a fortnight ago.
Tranmere Rovers will again be without Liverpool loanee Paul Glatzel on Tuesday.
The youngster came off during the 3-2 win over Mansfield.
He was visibly upset as he was substituted, having just returned from his second lengthy hamstring injury of the season.
Glatzel’s injury will mean that there is a strong chance Elliott Nevitt will return to the starting lineup.
Nevitt has only started in two of Rovers’ last 10 games in the league but his double-goal effort will stand him in good stead to start again against Harrogate.
There will still be no Jay Spearing in the Rovers squad as the former Liverpool midfielder continues his rehab following a serious knee injury.
He could return for the trip to Sutton this weekend but it may still be too soon.
Tranmere head into Tuesday’s game just a point behind second-placed Northampton Town.
Exeter, who currently sit one place below them in the league still have two games in hand.
With 10 games left of the regular season, Rovers will be desperate to reward the fans with their first automatic promotion since 1988.
Just seven points currently separate 2nd and 10th in the League, every single point will be valuable in the run-in.