Tranmere vs Peterboro
Sky Bet League One
7:45pm Tuesday 17th September

Prenton Park
(Att: 5243)

Tranmere came from two goals down to earn a 2-2 Sky Bet League One draw at a game that saw Micky Mellon delivered to the stands and burst into existence in the second half with Peterborough.
Before two minutes afterwards doubled their advantage Posh the guide was given by mo Eisa in the 54th minute.
Before Ollie Banks restored parity with a strike, but Liam Ridehalgh pulled back for Rovers with a diving header after 65 minutes.
In involving Rovers’ goals Tranmere boss Mellon was sent from the area by referee Tom Neild, but so afforded himself the very best chair in the house.
The hosts had played before committing too many players permitting to sting them Eisa very.
Tranmere were still reeling when a cross from Joseph Ward had been by Toney to seemingly secure all three points to Posh.
But Rovers reacted with gusto and when Ridehalgh found the net in Darren Potter’s cross, the stage has been set to equalise with a stunning half-volley that flew into the top corner.
Tranmere almost snatched a winner in stoppage time, with the header pushed around the post by Christy Pym’s fingers of George Ray.

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