History of the Tranmere Rovers v Stevenage fixture
Tranmere Rovers prepare to entertain Stevenage at Prenton Park on Sunday afternoon, aiming to preserve their record of never having lost at home to the visitors. The Rovers won the only previous game contested between the two.
The only previous meeting between Tranmere Rovers and Stevenage at Prenton Park was less than a year ago, in April 2012, with Tranmere Rovers running out comfortable 3-0 winners in a League One match.
Recent encounters between the teams
|2012/2013||Sat 24 Nov||Stevenage||1 - 1||Tranmere Rvs.||League One|
|2011/2012||Fri 06 Apr||Tranmere Rvs.||3-0||Stevenage||League One|
|2011/2012||Sat 17 Dec||Stevenage||2 - 1||Tranmere Rvs.||League One|
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Recent respective form guides
Tranmere Rovers have managed to pick up just two wins from their last six home games, losing three, Only 5 goals have been registered in this time, with 7 in the wrong end.
The away form of Stevenage is pretty dire, losing every single one of the last six matches played! Boro have conceded 11 goals in these games, and only hit 2 in reply.
Tranmere Rovers's total of 63 points from their 39 games sees them sitting in the playoff places in npower League One.
Stevenage see themselves just below half way in the npower League One, showing a record of 49 points from their 39 games played so far,
Current overall team form
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FootyMad's prediction ...
Its not been a very profitable last few weeks for Tranmere Rovers, and I'm afraid the Footymad team cannot see it getting too much better here. Look no further than honours being even at the end of this one. No-score draw
|Tranmere Rovers||Latest 2 games ended in defeat.
Not won in the 2 most recent games.
|Stevenage||Lost each of the previous 6 away matches.
Not won in previous 6 away matches.
Last drawn game 20 outings ago.
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