Date:Wednesday September 20 2006
The clash between the top two sides in League One looks sure to attract a bumper attendance at Prenton Park.
Taylor is no stranger to big crowds after his three years with Forest before moving to Tranmere in the summer.
And while Rovers' fan base cannot match that of Forest, Taylor believes Rovers' home support can be enough to fire on the home team and provide the travellers with a cauldron atmosphere.
Taylor said: 'There are games when the crowd can make a difference. It does not matter whether you have 5,000 or 25,000 people in the ground, this is a big game. Both teams and both sets of supporters will be up for it.
Taylor recieved more than his fair share of criticism during his time with Forest and will be determined the prove his former employers wrong by scoring his first home goal at Prenton Park.
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