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Prenton Park

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

kickoff at 19:45

Premier League
Attendance: 5,464

Tranmere Rovers

Doncaster Rovers
Jacob Ramsey (54, 75), Fejiri Okenabirhie (84)

Andy Cook (90+3)
Joe Wright (51), Cameron Johnston (59), Bradley Halliday (60)
Loss Loss Loss Draw Loss
Loss Win Draw Loss Win

  Micky Mellon
View complete set Darren Moore

 01  Scott Davies (G)
 02  Calum Woods (D)
 03  Liam Ridehalgh (D)
 06  Emmanuel Monthe (D)
 12  Luke McCullough (D)
 22  Kane Wilson (D)
 07  Kieron Morris (M)
 36  Alex Woodyard (M)
 10  Morgan Ferrier (F)
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 19  James Vaughan (F)
 33  Andy Cook (F)

 25  Luke Pilling (G)
 04  Sid Nelson (D)
 14  Jake Caprice (D)
 17  David Perkins (M)
 20  Harvey Gilmour (M)
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 35  Neil Danns (M)
 11  Connor Jennings (F)
 24  Timothy Dieng (G)
 02  Brad Halliday (D)
 04  Thomas Anderson (D)
 05  Joe Wright (D)
 32  Cameron John (D)
 07  Kieran Sadlier (M)
 08  Ben Whiteman (M)
 12  Madger Gomes (M)
 14  Jacob Ramsey (M)
 31  Niall Ennis (F)
 44  Devante Cole (F)

 13  Louis Jones (G)
 03  Reece James (D)
 06  Ben Sheaf (M)
 10  Jon Taylor (M)
 17  Matty Blair (M)
 09  Fejiri Okenabirhie (F)
 22  Max Watters (F)

League Stats
This was League game number 3979 for Tranmere Rovers, made up of:

two Championship/Division 2: 502. (12.62%)
three League 1/Div 3: 1335. Div 3N: 1243. (64.79%)
four League 2/Division 4: 826. (20.76%)

Total League record up to and including this game:

    This was League game number 3865 for Doncaster Rovers, made up of:

one Premiership: 1. (0.03%)
two Championship/Division 2: 794. (20.54%)
three League 1/Div 3: 791. Div 3N: 715. (38.97%)
four League 2/Division 4: 1454. (37.62%)

Total League record up to and including this game:

P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
3979 1490 987 1502 5764 5688 76 1.01 37.45%
P W D L F A GD GA Win Ratio
3865 1381 969 1515 5282 5703 -421 0.93 35.73%
2019 /20

DT92 Members at this game: (you can click here to load your profile picture)
A nice enough ground, except for their pitch. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. There is ample car parking at the stadium but make sure you book ahead. The game itself was a big disappointment to home fans. A 0-3 defeat left them really struggling near the foot of the table and dangerously close to a return to League 2. Whilst they looked ok at 0-0, the minute they went a goal down, they never looked like they could get back in the game. On a separate note, if you buy a ticket for the Johnny King Stand, be aware that although it is unreserved seating, you will be hard pressed to find a seat between to two penalty areas that doesn''t have a Reserved sign on. Makes a bit of a mockery of Unreserved Seating Get there early would be my suggestion.

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