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Scene setter: Tranmere Rovers (A)

7 January 2022

The Iron will be looking to make it back-to-back away wins when they visit Tranmere Rovers on Saturday. See our handy guide to the articles published ahead of the game below.

WATCH LIVE ON IFOLLOW
Details of how you can buy a match pass.

TICKETS AND TRAVEL DETAILS
Follow the Iron away at Prenton Park.

KEITH HILL'S PRE-MATCH VIEWS
The Iron boss updates ahead of the game.

HARRY BUNN'S THOUGHTS PRIOR TO TRANMERE
Hear from the attacker ahead of the match.

HAYDEN HACKNEY TALKS AFTER LOAN EXTENSION
The midfielder previews the trip to Prenton Park.

TRAINING GALLERY
Photos from a session earlier this week by Luke Broughton.

FLASHBACK
We look back at previous matches against Tranmere Rovers.

MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Read a profile of the referee, plus see who the rest of the officials are.

OPPOSITION PROFILE
An overview of our hosts on Saturday.

IFOLLOW VIDEOS
See from Keith Hill, Harry Bunn and Hayden Hackney ahead of the game.

ON THIS DAY
See our past record for games played on January 8th.

ELSEWHERE IN LEAGUE TWO
See the other fixtures for this Saturday.

THE TRANMERE VIEW
See the latest articles from their website.

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Match Reports

Report: Tranmere Rovers 4-0 Iron

8 January 2022

United were beaten 4-0 at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday afternoon.

The Iron entered the game making one change from the side that faced Carlisle United, with the departed Ryan Loft replaced in the team by Dan Gallimore for his first ever league start.

After two minutes, there was positive early play from the Iron with Tom Pugh and Gallimore working together in the heart of midfield. Devarn Green got the ball down the channel, with Mason O’Malley chasing, but he couldn't keep the ball in play.

Straight after, there was a first advance for the hosts down the left channel, but the low cross into the area was watched by Rory Watson as it went wide and into the side-netting.

Green and Myles Hippolyte then combined before the latter looked to put Harry Bunn in on goal. He made a good run, but the ball was intercepted and cushioned back to Ross Doohan in the Tranmere goal.

On six minutes, Calum MacDonald clearly held Hippolyte back as he looked to break through and latch onto a through ball. No free-kick was given from the referee, or the assistant on the nearside.

Then, Hippolyte thought he’d broken the offside trap and through on goal as he took down the ball and shaped to shoot. Peter Clarke came through him and fouled him, but the offside flag was up to prevent a penalty being awarded.

A swift counter attack from the Iron saw Gallimore nip in to win the ball. Hackney then played into Bunn who sidestepped the lunge from Jay Spearing. Pugh was then dispossessed just on the edge of the area as he cut inside.

With 18 minutes gone, the hosts doubled up on the right and managed to fire in a cross which George Taft headed clear before Green volleyed away. A shot a few moments later on the left foot from 25-yards was beaten away by Watson, with Green clearing any possible rebound.

With 20 minutes on the clock, Josh Dacres-Cogley cut in from 25-yards on his left foot and fired an effort over the bar for the hosts.

However, they did go ahead just threee minutes later when Charlie Jolley slotted in a left-footed effort from the edge of the area.

Four minutes after the goal, Jai Rowe persisted to get inside the area, with Bunn twice having shots blocked by Elliott Nevitt from the edge of the box.

On 29 minutes, the first yellow card of the game went to Taft as Jolley went down in a heap as he looked to get in down the right channel.

From the resultant free-kick, Watson saved as the header was angled towards goal. He distributed quickly and the Iron counter-attacked and won a corner at the other end.

Hackney’s corner was whipped in towards Rowe, who got a glancing touch on the ball before it was turned behind for another corner.

The hosts cleared the corner and broke, with the move culminating in Elliott Nevitt rifling a 20-yard effort into the top corner of the net.

The next chance of the game came in the 43rd minute when Watson grasped an effort on target from the hosts as a corner was prodded towards goal by Tom Davies.

Straight away at the other end, Green, Hippolyte and Hayden Hackney combined, with the latter fed into space before playing across for O’Malley. His low drive was saved by Doohan.

At the half-time break, United made a substitution as Aaron Jarvis replaced Pugh.

Watson was drawn into an early save in the second period as he got down low to his right to push behind Jolley’s effort for a corner, which was dealt with, but soon after Jolley sent a left-footed effort wide of the target.

The 52nd minute saw a chance for the hosts as the ball was lifted over Watson, with the effort goalbound, but Taft cleared the ball off the line for a corner - which Watson gathered.

With 58 minutes played, loanee Sam Burns came on for his debut, replacing Gallimore.

Four minutes later, Rowe was afforded time and space from 35-yards to have a go, with his effort going wide of the target.

With 72 minutes gone there was a big chance to halve the deficit as a low cross came in from the right. Hackney diverted the ball goalwards, but the hosts stood firm and got the ball away from danger.

Two minutes later, O’Malley fed in a ball to Bunn, who then fizzed the ball across for Hackney. He slid in, but the ball was taken off his toe by MacDonald for a corner.

The delivery from the corner was headed away. Green saw his shot blocked before Taft looked to tee up a teammate inside the box, but Tranmere cleared and the hosts broke, with Sam Foley lifting the ball over Watson to add a third.

There was a final Scunthorpe alteration straight after, as Alfie Beestin came on for Hippolyte.

Not long after, Bunn latched onto a ball over the top before drawing Ross Doohan into a save down to his left.

On 82 minutes, the hosts had a further chance as substitute Paul Glatzel forced Watson into a save low down to his right.

With one minute of normal time left, Tranmere added a fourth as substitute Ryan Watson slotted home from close range to finish the scoring off.

Scunthorpe return to action next Saturday when they make the trip to face Exeter City.

TRANMERE: Doohan, Dacres-Cogley, Clarke, Davies, MacDonald, McPake (Foley, 64), Spearing, O'Connor, Feeney, Jolley (Watson, 87), Nevitt (Glatzel, 78).

TRANMERE SUBS NOT USED: Murphy, Hayde, Maguire.

IRON: Watson, O'Malley, Taft, Green, Hippolyte (Beestin, 76), Rowe, Bunn, Pugh (Jarvis, 45), Davis, Hackney, Gallimore (Burns, 58).

IRON SUBS NOT USED: Billson, Millen, Kenyon, Lewis.

ATTENDANCE: 6,056 (273 away).

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Ticket News

Tickets and travel on sale for Tranmere away game

7 January 2022

Tickets and travel are on sale now for the Iron's trip to take on Tranmere Rovers on Saturday, January 8th.

PAY ON THE DAY: Fans can buy from Tranmere Rovers on the day, though there is a £3 increase for matchday prices. Tickets can be purchased from their club shop and weather permitting there will be an extra sales point outside in their car park. It is card only.

Away fans will be seated in the Cowshed Stand, which is behind a goal, with the tickets sold as reserved. These are barcode tickets and can only be scanned once.

You can purchase tickets in person at the Iron ticket office, by calling 01724 747670 during opening hours (see below) or through visiting www.sufctickets.com. Buy in advance from the Iron and we receive 5% of the sales.

Should they not sell out, match tickets will remain on sale from the Iron ticket office until 3.30pm on Friday, January 7th.

Meanwhile, official coach travel will also be also on sale, costing £20 members and £22 non-members. Departure times are 9.30am from the Hornsby bus depot, 9.35am from Ashby Broadway, 9.45am from the Museum and Baths Hall, and 10am from the Sands Venue Stadium. Travel must be purchased in advance from our ticket office or online via www.sufctickets.com.  

Ticket prices for the game are as follows:

CATEGORY ADVANCE PRICE
Adult (23-64) £19
Senior (65+) £14
Young Person (18-22) £12
Under-18 £6
Under-12 £2
Disabled plus PA £12

There is a £3 price increase in each category on the day. 

ID is required for the Young Person category, and must have the Date of Birth on.

Tranmere's disabled concession is based on the following criteria:
- Middle or higher rate of the care component of DLA.
- Enhanced daily living competent of PIPs.
- Enhanced mobility.
- A letter from your GP or from a Care Home documentation.

They have availability for wheelchair users but this is only located in the home area of the Bebington Paddock Stand. These would need to be booked directly by calling Tranmere Rovers on 03330 144452.

HOW TO BUY ONLINE
www.sufctickets.com

TELEPHONE
Call 01724 747670

IN PERSON
Our ticket office is open at the following times: 

Thursday, January 6th - 10am until 4pm
Friday, January 7th - 10am until 4pm
Saturday, January 8th - Closed

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