Morecambe boss Jim Bentley knows his side face a tough test when they visit League 2 surprise package Burton Albion on Tuesday night.
Gary Rowett’s side sit third in the table after winning their last three games, scoring four times in each of their last two matches.
Bentley said: “They are perhaps the shock side this year who have done better than anyone thought and have been great at home.
“They showed at the Globe Arena they are strong defensively and in Billy Kee and Calvin Zola they have people who can score goals.
“We can’t worry too much about them however as we have won our last three away games and I’m sure they will be aware of that.
“We were fantastic at Port Vale and we have set ourselves a standard we must look to maintain.”
Andy Wright will serve the second and final game of a two-match ban after his sending off against Port Vale.
The versatile midfielder was handed an extra game for a misconduct charge after his complaints to officials.
Andy Parrish is a major doubt after picking up a thigh injury against Bristol Rovers on Saturday.