Morecambe will play hosts to Wycombe Wanderers at the Mazuma Stadium with the two sides still well adrift of their aims for the season with the Shrimps still in the bottom three just as Wycombe head into this game in eighth.
It's been a great struggle for Wycombe since the departure of their long-standing manager Gareth Ainsworth, but Matt Bloomfield has finally achieved his first win at the helm of the club after Chem Campbell scored in a 2-0 win over Forest Green Rovers.
Prior to this, Bloomfield lost to Barnsley 1-0 and draw with Charlton Athletic before a 2-2 draw with MK Dons at home. His side were then demolished by Ipswich Town 4-0 at Portman Road where Wycombe had just two shots on target in the entire game.
The club now sit in eighth and will head into this one three points adrift of Bolton Wanderers in sixth with a game extra played too. It far from means the end for Wycombe's playoff hopes, although they are going to struggle if they do not get a win in this game, as there are only four games left to play at the end of this gameweek. The Wanderers have so far lost 14 times too, which is the most inside the top 10 after Peterborough United in fifth.
As for Morecambe, they are edging closer and closer to League Two football after another terrible start to the month that has seen them collect one point and conceded eight goals and score just one of their own. The Shrimps are coming into this one off the back of a clean sheet, however, as they drew 0-0 with Portsmouth away from home.
However, they were beaten 3-1 at home by Plymouth Argyle before that, as Barnsley also smashed them 5-0 at the start of April. Combine this with losses to MK Dons, Fleetwood Town, Charlton Athletic, and Shrewsbury Town and draws with Cambridge United, Bolton and Oxford United and it means a winless run stretching back to the end of February.
In fact, this is the longest current winless run in League One and it puts Morecambe in 23rd and behind Accrington Stanley in 21st place by three points.
They are, however, above Forest Green by nine points and they are likely to, at the very least, not finish last. On the other hand, Morecambe only have four games left to play compared to the six for Accrington and Cambridge just above them.
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