Check out our preview as City begin another run of away games with a trip to Tranmere.

Kick-off: Tuesday, November 23 (7.45pm)

Venue: Valley Parade

Possible line-ups


GK Ross Doohan, RWB Josh Dacres-Cogley, CH Tom Davies, CH Peter Clarke, CH Nathaniel Knight-Percival, LWB Callum MacDonald, RM Kieron Morris, CM Jay Spearing, LM Josh Hawkes, F Paul Glatzel, F Elliott Nevitt.

Substitutes: Watson, Feeney, McManaman, O'Connor, Maynard, Duffy, Murphy.

Team news: Jay Spearing is available after missing the Bristol Rovers game through suspension.

Leading scorer: Peter Clarke, Paul Glatzel, Sam Foley, three

League position: 11th

Last four matches: Bristol Rovers (a) D2-2, Sutton (h) L0-1, Oldham (h) W3-2, Crawley (a) W1-0.

One to watch: Striker Elliott Nevitt has been a regular since signing from non-league Warrington Rylands in the summer.


GK Richard O'Donnell, CH Paudie O'Connor, CH Yann Songo'o, CH Niall Canavan, RWB Oscar Threlkeld, CM Levi Sutton, CM Elliot Watt, LWB Liam Ridehalgh, AM Alex Gilliead, F Charles Vernam, F Lee Angol.

Substitutes: Cooke, Eisa, Robinson, Cousin-Dawson, Evans, Kelleher, Hornby.

Team news: Lee Angol is back from his one-game ban while City will make a late check on Oscar Threlkeld's knee.

Leading scorer: Andy Cook, seven.

League position: 10th

Last four matches: Northampton (h) D1-1, Exeter (a) L0-3, Port Vale (a) D1-1, Sunderland (a) D1-1.

Referee: Martin Coy, from County Durham, was in the middle for City’s biggest win of the season against Stevenage.

Odds: Tranmere 29/20, City 19/10, Draw 9/4.

Last time sides met: A deflected own goal off Paudie O’Connor gave Tranmere the win at Valley Parade in April.