Tranmere Rovers head into the final weekend of the League Two season knowing that they will need favours from elsewhere if they are to make the playoffs. They must also make sure that they win themselves as they travel away to Leyton Orient for their Matchday 46 fixture.
With seven games left of the League Two season, Tranmere Rovers currently sit in the final play-off spot in the league table. They are on same points as Bristol Rovers, Newport and Port Vale directly above them on goal difference.
On February 27, 2000, Irish goalkeeper Joe Murphy lined up for Tranmere Rovers at the old Wembley. They would take on Leicester in a losing effort in the last domestic cup competition to be held at the old version of England’s top stadium.
Tranmere Rovers face Colchester at the JobServe Community Stadium this weekend, looking to push for automatic promotion to League One.
Tranmere Rovers have won just four games away from home in the league this season. The away form of the team is the biggest reason why they are not flying way above everyone else in the league.
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.
Tranmere Rovers host Mansfield Town on Friday (7:45pm) in a crucial promotion clash, looking for their first win in five matches. Micky Mellon’s side currently sit in the final Sky Bet League Two play-off spot despite their poor form in 2022.
Tranmere Rovers currently sit second in the EFL League Two table, 11 points off Forest Green who currently maintain the top spot. In an exclusive interview with Merseysportlive, forward Charlie Jolley has discussed his side's chances of automatic promotion and his first season in league football.
Tranmere Rovers face Port Vale at Prenton Park on Saturday (3pm) looking to bounce back after back-to back defeats.