Tranmere vs Barrow by Hassy

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These two sides started this campaign with a totally different targets. Tranmere Rovers are aiming which they hope will be enough for them to earn a quick comeback in League Two, and after their promotion back into the Conference, Barrow will be happy to keep their place in the league for the next season. For people who consistently follow my previews you will have noticed that I am a big backer of Barrow and they have bought me rewards. However, these are only when they play at home. They are simply superb at home and woeful on their travels. A lot of their travelling prevails are down to geography; Barrow in Furness is miles from anywhere else and is an extremely difficult place to get points from.


Barrow have struggled to recreate the form that saw them finish last season top of the Conference North having won just six games all season and falling to seven defeats, the most recent coming last Saturday against Bromley who put five past the Bluebirds. A quick look at the away league table shows Barrow in 23rd place with one win from eight travels this season and they have shipped in an average of 3 goals per game. Their solitary win came against part time macclesfield but since then they have lost two away games on the spin without scoring a goal.


Tranmere meanwhile have had a slightly better start to life in non-league’s top division. After going nine games unbeaten, Rovers fell to a 2-1 defeat against Eastleigh at the weekend. Even with that result, Tranmere are still sitting in fifth with twenty seven points. No doubt, Rovers’will be keen to prove that was merely a blip in what will hopefully be a fantastic season and they will resume normal service come Tuesday.


Lois Maynard was sent off on Saturday and so will serve a one-match suspension for this game, while injuries to Andy Mangan, Liam Hogan and Adam Dawson picked up against Eastleigh will be assessed ahead of the game.


Five wins from their eight home games stands up to scrutiny and even better is that 3 of those 5 wins would have covered the -1AH tip we are going for here. I have strong faith that Tranmere will bounce back from their first loss in ten games tonight with a comfortable win.

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Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Tranmere Rovers Win BetVictor 2.06 8 0-1 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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