The duo will be bringing their Tatum & Pearson 2018 tour to the Eddie Wright Raceway on Monday, February 5 for a night of fun-filled entertainment. In an added bonus for Scorpions fans, Tatum and Pearson will be joined by Great Britain star and Scunthorpe’s new number one Steve Worrall for the evening.
Scunthorpe United will still be without goalkeeper Matt Gilks this weekend, manager Graham Alexander has confirmed. Gilks missed last weekend’s draw against Portsmouth and Alexander has said the experienced goalkeeper will also be missing this weekend’s match at home to Gillingham. Although Gilks’s calf injury isn’t as serious as first feared, Alexander said they are still trying to ascertain how long the 35-year-old will be out for. “Gillo will be missing this weekend,” Alexander said.
Carabao has teamed up with the Scunthorpe Telegraph to give five lucky Scunthorpe United fans the chance to win a pair of tickets to the Scunthorpe United v Doncaster Rovers on January 23. The Iron have have already faced Rovers three times this year beating them in the league, drawing in the Checkatrade Trophy and losing in the FA Cup. Now the Scunthorpe Telegraph has teamed up with Carabao to offer five pairs of tickets to the Iron’s home game with Doncaster on Tuesday.
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Selecting a term
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