Same again as Rovers head to Saints

Tranmere caretaker manager Les Parry has no new injury concerns for his resurgent side's trip to Southampton in League One on Saturday.

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Striker Bas Savage (Achilles) and midfielder Alan Mahon (ankle) remain sidelined but Parry has no other worries.

On-loan Manchester City defender Shaleum Logan has been struggling with an abductor problem but he played the full 90 minutes in Tuesday's FA Cup tie at Aldershot.

The 2-1 second-round replay victory extended Rovers' unbeaten run in all competitions to five matches and has left Parry in buoyant mood.

He said: "The lads are performing consistently, which is what we always wanted.

"You can see the togetherness among the lads and there are things that are working during matches that we have practised on the training field."

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