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Moore happy with Tranmere chance

Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore still believes his side can secure a play-off place despite their 3-1 defeat by Leeds United on Saturday.

Rovers sit two points above Scunthorpe although their rivals have two games in hand before the sides meet on 2 May.

"It's all to play for," Moore told BBC Radio Merseyside.

"It's all ifs and buts. If someone said at the start of the season you've got two games to go and you've still got a chance - you'd had taken it."

Moore added: "We've greatly overachieved this season. The players have been magnificent and now we need a little break."

Rovers' next match is at Prenton Park against Yeovil Town on Saturday, with tickets prices reduced to £5 for home and away fans for the fixture, with kick off at 1500 BST.

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