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A look ahead to Sutton United

9 February 2024

We return to Mazuma Mobile Stadium action on Saturday 10 February when Sutton United make the long journey north.

Morecambe will be hoping to make it two wins in as many games, as they face Sutton United in a Sky Bet League Two clash. The Shrimps’ midweek trip to Walsall was postponed shortly before kick-off on Tuesday 6 February, as the referee deemed the pitch at the Poundland Bescot Stadium unplayable following heavy rainfall in the area.

The postponement put a spanner in the works of Ged Brannan’s plan to make it three away wins in three, after their success in West Sussex on Saturday 3 February. Their trip south took them to the Broadfield Stadium to face Crawley Town, where a brace from Ged Garner completed a deserved comeback for the Shrimps.

Not too much further north up the M23, Sutton United hosted Doncaster Rovers at the VBS Community Stadium. The hosts look set to take all three points for the first time in 2024, but a 96th minute penalty from Rovers forward Joe Ironside meant the spoils were shared in South London.


The Shrimps and Sutton United last met in October 2023, when Morecambe made the trip south to play out a Sky Bet League Two thriller. The Shrimps seemed set after two first-half goals from Michael Mellon and Adam Mayor secured a two-goal advantage. The hosts pegged one back just before half-time through Harry Smith, before a 62nd minute Ben Goodliffe header levelled the scoreline.

The spoils looked set to be shared before Joel Senior’s stoppage-time strike from outside the area secured a memorable 3-2 victory – an unforgettable trip to the capital for the Shrimps’ fans no doubt. 

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Sutton United have had a difficult start to their third season in the EFL; four wins and 10 draws leaving the South London side on 22 points. This total places Steve Morison’s side 23rd in the table, seven points from safety.


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Shrimps secure maximum points against Sutton

10 February 2024

Ged Garner's fourth minute goal proved the difference between the Shrimps and Sutton United at the Mazuma Mobile Stadium.

Garner netted his third in a week after nodding home from close range in what was a largely dominant Shrimps' display.

In what proved a blistering start, the Shrimps found themselves ahead inside the opening four minutes. Joel Senior played a neat one-two with Charlie Brown down the right before putting it on a plate for Garner who made no mistake from close range.

It was that man Garner once more who came close four minutes later; after latching onto a through ball, he produced a stinging strike across goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis before the linesman’s flag was raised for offside.

United’s first half chance came on 12 minutes after winning a free kick in a promising position. Up stepped Stephen Duke McKenna who fired the ball well over Archie Mair’s crossbar.

Brown came close to doubling the advantage on 15 minutes after finding himself through on goal, but Bouzanis made a smart same one-on-one.

Seven minutes later, an impeccably controlled free kick over the top allowed Brown the space to run into before his shot, on the angle, proved too high.

Chances proved few and far between for the U’s inside the opening 25 minutes, though pinball did ensue inside the Morecambe box which gave United a glimmer of hope before the Shrimps’ defence cleared the danger.

The final action of the first half saw the away side win a free kick right on the edge of the Morecambe box, though the wall did its job and blocked the strike.

Half-time: Morecambe 1 Sutton United 0

A big chance fell to the way of the Shrimps after 10 second half minutes; substitute Jordan Slew delivered a dangerous cross into the mix and nearly found Gwion Edwards, but it was inches too high.

Moments later, Edwards did have the ball in the back of the net after meeting Joe Adams’ through ball, but the celebrations were cut short as the linesman flagged for offside.

The Shrimps kept pushing and proved a threat going forward as Garner received the ball from the right inside the box, turned and produced a strike on goal, only to see the defender deflect the ball behind. 

Edwards was next up with a dangerous drive from the edge of the box, this time Bouzanis was equal to it with a low save down to his left.

With just over 20 minutes to play, another dangerous Slew cross from the left was fizzed in and just about evaded the head of Chris Stokes who was rushing in to meet it.

Looking for a leveller, the ball did drop kindly to the feet of Craig Eastmond inside the Morecambe box, but leaning back, his effort cleared the crossbar.

Slew, who looked busy after coming on, was fouled twice in quick succession. The latter, which was right on the edge of the box, saw Edwards step up to strike, though there was too much elevation and was off target.

As the clock ticked over to 80, Mair was called into action with two comfortable saves in as many minutes, firstly to deny Charlie Lakin before Omari Patrick struck a powerful effort from distance.

Garner, searching for his second brace in a week, nearly wrapped things up in the closing stages. Senior’s ball across found the number nine one-on-one, but Bouzanis managed to stand tall and make the save.

Full-time: Morecambe 1 Sutton United 0

Morecambe: Mair, Tutonda, Bedeau ©, Adams, Garner (Melbourne, 87’), Larsson (Slew, 53’), Senior, Stokes, Taylor, Brown (Edwards, 52’), Khumbeni (Songo’o, 79’).

Subs not used: A Smith, C Smith, Harrack.

Goals: Garner (04’).

Bookings: Garner, Stokes, Senior, Edwards.

Red cards: None.

Sutton United: Bouzanis, Adom-Malaki (Patrick, HT), Goodliffe, Eastmond ©, Kizzi, Jackson, Lakin, Angol (Smith, HT), Sanderson (Beautyman, HT), Hart, Duke-McKenna (Moore, 90’).

Subs not used: Arnold, Sowunmi, John.

Goals: None.

Bookings: Adom-Malaki, Angol, Jackson.

Red cards: None.

Attendance: 4,045 (175 away).

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Tickets now available for Sutton United home fixture

26 January 2024

Sutton United are our visitors on Saturday 10 February - grab your tickets now!

Ticket Prices 







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Junior 14-17 


Child 2-13* 


Children between the ages of two and 13 must be accompanied by a responsible adult over the age of 18. 

Children under the age of two nor prams or pushchairs are permitted into the stadium bowl.

Tickets can be ordered online by clicking here. Alternatively, you can call 01524 411797 (selecting option 3) to order over the phone or visit the MFC Club Shop, open Monday to Friday, 10:00 until 17:00.

Sales will be available right up until the 15:00 kick-off on Saturday 10 February, with refund requests accepted until Friday 9 February at 17:00.

We do have a limited number of wheelchair spaces available. To order, you must visit us in-store where you'll pay the relevant admission fee before receiving a complimentary carer ticket.

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