Rovers to check on doubtful duo

Tranmere manager John Barnes will assess the fitness of Ian Goodison and Ian Thomas-Moore ahead of their League One trip to high-flying Leeds.

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Goodison: Expected to be fit

Goodison: Expected to be fit

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Jamaica defender Goodison was substituted in the 65th minute of Tuesday night's 1-0 home defeat against MK Dons with a hamstring problem.

He was replaced by Ash Taylor but Barnes expects Goodison to be available for the Elland Road showdown.

Skipper Thomas-Moore, meanwhile, limped out of the MK Dons game midway through the second half with a groin strain and is rated as doubtful.

Fellow frontman Bas Savage is not expected to play until the New Year because of a ruptured Achilles tendon injury which he sustained towards the end of last season.

Gavin Gunning, the Irish youth international centre-back on a month's loan from Blackburn, battled through the Dons game with blisters but Barnes is hopeful the condition will have eased by the weekend.

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