Prenton Park form makes Tranmere top value
Eastleigh could get rolled over
BT Sport 1, 12.15pm Saturday
Tranmere are running out of matches to make an impact on the National League title race but they have won more home games than any team in the division and should be too strong for mid-table Eastleigh at Prenton Park.
Five of Tranmere's last eight games of the season are at home and they probably have to win them all to challenge leaders Macclesfield, who are eight points above them.
But Rovers have the firepower to worry any team at this level with fowards James Norwood and Andy Cook on 16 and 17 league goals this season.
The pair should prove too strong for Eastleigh, who are without a win in their last six games.
Tranmere-Tranmere double result
1pt 23-20 Coral, Ladbrokes
Jeff Hughes has recovered from a hamstring strain and Oliver Norburn returns after a two-game ban. Evan Gumbs (broken leg) and Jake Kirby (knee) are out.
Michael Green (ankle) remains absent for the Spitfires.
Tranmere have won nine of their last ten home league games.
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