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Match Preview | Morecambe v Derby County

1 November 2022

After a week of matches on the road, Morecambe return to the Mazuma Stadium on Tuesday night to take on Derby County in Sky Bet League One.

The Shrimps won their last home game by a goal to nil a couple of weeks ago against Barnsley, as Derek Adams men also picked up a point in a 1-1 draw at Wycombe at the weekend thanks to Adam Mayor’s late equaliser straight from a corner.

Derby won their match at the weekend against Bristol Rovers by four goals to two in front of a crowd of 27,000 at Pride Park.

The Opposition
The Rams currently sit just outside the play-offs in seventh with seven wins, three draws and five defeats after 15 games.

Derby are a club with a rich history and the Rams are two time First Division winners, firstly in 1972 and again in 1975. County also won the 1946 FA Cup when they beat Charlton 4-1 at Wembley in the Final.

Head Coach Paul Warne was appointed Derby boss in September following six years at Rotherham United. While in Yorkshire, Warne managed just under 300 games with 112 wins, 65 draws and 116 defeats. The 49-year-old also played as a midfielder for Wigan, Rotherham, Oldham and Yeovil during his career making 477 career appearances between 1996 and 2012.

Key Players
Striker James Collins is Derby’s top scorer with five goals this season. Collins netted at the weekend scoring County’s second goal against Bristol Rovers. The 31-year-old is one of the most experienced strikers in the EFL and has scored 173 goals in 510 appearances which include spells at Shrewsbury, Swindon, Northampton, Crawley, Luton and Cardiff. Collins has also made 13 appearances for the Republic of Ireland and has scored twice for his country.

Winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing has been at the centre of Derby’s success in front of goal this season. The 30-year-old has four assists so far and assisted two of the Rams goals at the weekend. After spending two years at Rochdale between 2015 and 2017, Mendez-Laing earned himself a move to Cardiff and spent time in the Championship with Middlesborough before dropping down to League One with Sheffield Wednesday last season. The winger then joined Derby in the summer.

Striker David McGoldrick is only one goal behind James Collins in Derby’s top scorers list. The six-foot-tall striker scored a first half hat-trick at the weekend which took his tally to four for the season. McGoldrick has played across the EFL with the likes of Port Vale, Nottingham Forest, Coventry and more recently Ipswich and Sheffield United. Like Collins, McGoldrick has represented the Republic of Ireland at international level 14 times.

Derek Adams’ Thoughts
Shrimps boss Derek Adams wants to expose any potential weaknesses Derby may possess on Tuesday night.

“It’s a difficult fixture,” he said.

“They’re ones who are trying to get automatically promoted back into the Championship. We understand the threats that they have, we understand the weaknesses they have as well and we’re going to have to be very good on the night.”

Team News
Ousmane Fane and Farrend Rawson are back in contention after serving their one-match bans at the weekend. Donald Love won’t feature as he is serving a suspension after picking up his fifth booking of the season at Wycombe.

Max Melbourne, Jake Taylor, Courtney Duffus and Ash Hunter all remain side-lined as they continue their recovery.

Meet The Officials
Marc Edwards will referee the match on Tuesday night and will be assisted by Jonathon Bickerdike and Gary Hilton with Mark Cunliffe acting as fourth official. Edwards has refereed ten fixtures across the EFL this season with five in League Two, three in the Papa John’s Trophy and two in League One.

The official last took charge of a Morecambe game on the first day of the season when the Shrimps drew 0-0 at Shrewsbury in July.

Ticket Details
Tickets for the fixture are now no longer available to purchase.

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Match Reports

Report | Morecambe 1 Derby County 1

1 November 2022

Morecambe put in a superb performance to earn a 1-1 draw against Derby County at the Mazuma Stadium on Tuesday night.

Derek Adams’ side performed excellently and goalkeeper Connor Ripley made two outstanding saves to deny Derby from the penalty sport to help earn the Shrimps a point.

Morecambe had a good chance to take the lead early on when Caleb Watts' through ball put Kieran Phillips one on one with Derby goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith who produced a good save to deny the Shrimps man.

The Shrimps continued their bright start to the game as Jensen Weir laid the ball off to Adam Mayor who raced into the box and forced Wildsmith into another save.

Phillips had another good chance on 15 minutes when he used some excellent skill to beat several Derby players before his low shot was saved comfortably.

Derby were awarded a penalty on 38 minutes when Dobbin went down under Anthony O’Connor’s challenge. Shrimps goalkeeper Connor Ripley produced an excellent save down to his left to deny James Collins scoring from the spot.

The Rams came close to opening the scoring three minutes before the break but a good block by Anthony O’Connor saw Dobbin’s goal-bound effort deflect wide.

Morecambe took the lead in the second minute of added time at the end of the first half when the ball fell to Weir on the edge of the box. After controlling the ball excellently, his shot hit the right-hand post and found the net to give Derek Adams side the lead at the break.

Half-time: Morecambe 1 Derby County 0

The visitors were awarded another penalty less than a minute into the second half when Collins’ volley rattled the bar and the follow up was judged to have been blocked by O’Connor’s hand. Ripley was the Shrimps hero for a second time as he dived to his right to palm away David McGoldrick’s spot kick.

Paul Warne’s side came close moments later when Nathaniel Mendez-Laing found Collins in the box who volleyed wide.

Derby equalised just before the hour mark when Louie Sibley’s shot from the edge of the box found the bottom right corner.

The Rams substitute William Osula almost made an instant impact off the bench and put the visitors ahead, but the striker lifted his shot over the bar from close range with 15 minutes to go.

Morecambe had a great chance to take the retake the lead 12 minutes from time when substitute Dylan Connolly pulled it back to Ryan Delaney on the edge the box whose side footed effort was well blocked.

The Shrimps came close to a second as Connolly was about to burst through on goal but was fouled by Eiran Cashin. Despite the appeals for a red card, the Derby man was cautioned.

Morecambe continued to press for the winner and defended excellently during some late pressure from the visitors to add another point to the tally.

Full-time: Morecambe 1 Derby County 1

Morecambe: Ripley, Gibson, Delaney, Weir, Bedeau, Watts (Connolly, 61’), Shaw, Cooney, O’Connor, Phillips (Stockton, 74’), Mayor (Fane, 90’)

Subs not used: Smith, Rawson, Gnahoua, McLoughlin

Goals: Weir (45+2’)


Red cards:

Derby County: Wildsmith, Forsyth, Cashin, Bird ©, Collins, McGoldrick (Osula, 73’), Mendez-Laing (Thompson, 84’), Smith, Roberts, Sibley, Dobbin

Subs not used: Loach, Stearman, Oduroh, Rooney

Goals: Sibley (59’)

Bookings: McGoldrick, Cashin

Red cards:

Attendance: 5,157

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Ticket News

Ticket Details | Derby County (H)

20 October 2022

Tickets for our rearranged Sky Bet League One home game against Derby County on Tuesday 1 November are now on sale.

This fixture will be All-Ticket for both home and away supporters.

Home tickets for this fixture will be on sale only to supporters who have a 2021/22 and/or 2022/23 previous ticket purchase order history, and turnstile scanned attendance, on their Morecambe FC ticketing account.

Supporters will only be able to purchase a maximum of four tickets per eligible account.

No tickets will be available to buy on the day. Any purchases must be made in advance, either online or from the Morecambe FC Club Shop. There will be no over the phone sales for this fixture.

Any supporter who wishes to buy in person from the Club Shop will be asked to provide photo ID with proof of address, which must match the card on which payment is made.

Away tickets can only be purchased from Derby County direct.

Prices and on-sale dates for the encounter can be found below.

Ticket Prices










Young Adult 18-22



Junior 14-17



Child Under 14*



*All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult (over 18).

Disabled/Ambulant Supporters

We have a limited number of wheelchair spaces available, please contact the club shop directly to purchase these spaces along with carer tickets. All disabled and ambulant supporters will pay the price stated above and will be entitled to one complimentary carer ticket. To purchase a disabled or ambulant ticket with a complimentary carer, please contact the Morecambe FC Club Shop direct.

On Sale Dates (selling order)

Online from

Over the phone and in-store from

On sale to

Wednesday 19 August, 13:00.

Wednesday 19 August, 13:00.

Supporters who have a previous ticket purchase order history, and turnstile scanned attendance, on their Morecambe FC ticketing account, for the 2021/22 season and/or 2022/23 season.

Additional Information

Sales deadline: Monday 31 October, 17:00,or until sold out, whichever comes first.
Refund deadline: Monday 31 October, 17:00.


  • Tickets sold subject to the selling order as instructed above.
  • Tickets are sold subject to availability.
  • Supporters will notice a new points section as part of the purchasing process. This is for internal use only.

There will be no ticket sales on this day for this fixture.

All tickets will need to be purchased in advance of match day, either online or from the Morecambe FC Club Shop.

There will be no over the phone sales for this fixture.

Any visiting supporters found in home areas will be ejected from the stadium for breaching Ground Regulations.

Any home fans purchasing tickets in the home areas of the stadium for away supporters may face further action from Morecambe Football Club and we would ask everyone to bear this in mind when buying extra tickets.

Buy online 24/7 at

Buy from the Morecambe FC Club Shop, Monday to Friday, 10:00 until 17:00.

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