In this week's Red Review we speak to the man of the moment, Michael Doughty.
In our feature interview, the 25-year-old midfielder discusses his loan spells after graduating from the QPR academy but says there was one club that he felt a particular closeness to.
“I’ve always said that this club, for some reason, is special to me – I seem to play my best football here. I did feel in my last spell that we were one or two players away, very close to achieving something and being a very good side.
“This time around I sort of feel the same – we’re very close to being able to achieve something really important for the Town and the Club, and the fans. I hope to be a big contributor to that this season.”
To read the full interview, pick up a programme at tomorrow's match.
You can get to know Martin Smith in our 'Ask a Silly Question' feature - find out what he asks for at the barbers, who his favourite artist is, and who in the squad is the worst dressed.
Also featuring, we have a blast from the past as, club historian, Paul Ploman looks back to 2009 and a classic match between tomorrow's visitors and the Robins.
The Gaffer and Olly Lancashire provide their regular thoughts ahead of the game with Steve Anderson and Adam Wainwright providing insight from behind-the-scenes.
Don Rogers provides reflects on Tranmere and the last couple of weeks, as well as strikers venturing back into their own box:
"The football compared to last year has got a lot better, that’s for sure – everyone’s a lot happier with the stuff being played. If we can get a couple more wins that would be great.
"When I was playing there was not a chance you’d find me in my own box. If I went back there they’d tell me to buzz off if I went back over the halfway line so I knew where I wasn’t wanted. “You go off back up there.”
"It was a great result, mind because with nine men you’ve got to be grateful to get a draw."
In our Junior Reds section we have a Tranmere match report from Brandon Guy, the best #STFCSelfie entries over the last week and our usual fun and games.
Pick up a programme for £3.00 at tomorrow's game for all of this and more.