As a show of support to Tranmere player Joe Thompson, who was sadly diagnosed with a form of throat cancer earlier this season, Rovers supporters have been taking part in a minute's applause in the seventh minute of their fixtures.
The significance of the number seven being that it is Thompson's squad number for this season.
The football club would be extremely pleased if City supporters could take time on Saturday to also join with the minute's applause to show their support for Thompson.
The 25 year-old was diagnosed with Nodular Sclerosing Hodgkins Lymphoma back in October but he is now hopeful of returning for pre-season training at the end of this summer.
He is due to complete a six-month course of chemotherapy in May.
Since his diagnosis, players from around the country have been quick to shown their support for Thompson's during his battle with the disease.
The 'Grow 4 Joe' campaign was set up by Thompson's Tranmere team-mate Max Power in January to help raise awareness for Joe and raise funds for a charitable organisation.
Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/grow4joe .