ANDREW VORCE - Monday, March 1, 2010
Jemal Johnson looks to make it three goals in as many games when Stockport County travel to Bristol on Tuesday to take on Bristol Rovers at Memorial Stadium.

Johnson provided the third goal in Stockport's thrilling 4-3 home win over Wycombe over the weekend and has now scored in back to back games.

The American striker looks certain to continue his 90 minute role for Stockport. The New Jersey native added the third goal en route to a 4-0 60th minute lead at Edgeley Park, before Wycombe came back with three goals in the space of 23 minutes to make it a tense final.

Stockport are without defenders Danny Swailes due to a leg injury and Johnny Mullins with a sore ankle for the trip. Long-term absentees Gianluca Havern and Matty Mainwaring will also miss for the Hatters.

Chris Lines and Jo Kuffour were injury concerns heading into last weekend for the Pirates, but both men were able to overcome their injuries to add a goal a piece in Bristol's 3-2 win against Colchester.

Mikkel Anderson is away on duty with the Danish Under-21 national team so the hosts' normal starting goalkeeper will be replaced by Rhys Evans.

Danny Coles looks to have recovered from a knee injury, a similar injury that affected Byron Anthony who also anticipates being healthy for Tuesday's affair.