Ollie Banks’ first-half stunning strike earned a 1-0 victory over 10-man Forest Green Rovers at Prenton Park on Friday night.
The scramble to win the playoffs certainly imitates the vicious competitive nature of the crab bucket as teams spend all their energy fighting to escape the clutches of both the fisherman and their captive brethren... but I think the lesson to be learned here is that of the solitary crab.
Tranmere Rovers’ final Sky Bet League Two fixture of the regular season ended in a 3-1 defeat away at Crawley Town.
Tranmere Rovers made certain of their place in the League Two Play-Offs after a 1-1 draw against newly promoted Bury at Prenton Park.
I believe the final days of this season will prove to be Tranmere Rovers' black swan in the years to come. We will look back on this week and say it was meant to be. Because we're Tranmere Rovers, and we're on our way back to where we belong.
Tranmere secured a play off berth but missed their chance to put themselves in real contention for the automatic spots following a battling draw in the summer sunshine, which crowned Lincoln L2 champions.
From start to finish the SWA backed the lads impeccably, once again. An astounding crowd of 9468 (170 away) rolled into PP today, it’s a shame that we couldn’t get the result we wanted.
An early second-half strike from Junior Mondal proved to be the difference as Mark Cooper's side survived an avalanche of Tranmere attacks to move to within a point of the Rovers in the play-off pack.
Connor Jennings headed home the winner 28 minutes from time, moving the Birkenhead club to within two points of the automatic places, as Milton Keynes dropped out of the top three.
Tranmere secured an impressive victory over 10-man Exeter as Micky Mellon's men continue to climb the League Two table.
A brace from James Norwood either side of half-time saw off City, allowing Rovers to leapfrog their opponents and move to within a point of the automatic promotion places.