Dover Athletic v Tranmere Rovers – As the 2018 season draws to its conclusion the games become more and more edgy. Tranmere Rovers are chasing the top spot and Dover Athletic are chasing a place in the newly reorganised play-offs. Unfortunately for the young Dover Athletic side they came up against a very inform experienced Tranmere Rovers side. The visitors ran out winners by a single goal thanks to Tranmere’s Andy Cook.
It was a very physical game, here are a selection of pictures. There is a full gallery that is available for licenced use here.
Dover’s forward Anthony Jeffrey rushes to the ball ahead of Tranmeres defender Adam Buxton and Tranmeres midfielder Larnell Cole.
For me Anthony Jeffrey was the Dover Man of the match. He has just got better and better over the last few games and is a problem for most teams, too little too late?
Tranmeres midfielder Larnell Cole stretches for the ball ahead of Dover’s defender Femi Ilesanmi.
Dover’s defender Giancarlo Gallifuoco surges forward while Tranmeres defender Adam Buxton rushes to clear the ball.
Dover’s forward Anthony Jeffrey and Tranmeres defender Adam Buxton both rush for the ball.
Dover’s midfielder Mitch Brundle wins the ball in the air.
Tranmeres defender Ritchie Sutton stretches to clear the ball.
Tranmeres keeper Scott Davies and Tranmeres defender Ritchie Sutton clash.
Tranmeres forward Andy Cook celebrates scoring the only goal of the game.
Oh and did I say it was physical? Kadell Daniel showing what commitment is!
Tranmeres forward Connor Jennings and Dover’s forward Kadell Daniel both go flying.