ACCRINGTON Stanley hope to bounce back from defeat at Rochdale with a derby win over Morecambe on Tuesday night.
The Reds' Lancashire rivals return to the Store First Stadium after the original fixture was abandoned last month due to a waterlogged pitch.
Morecambe still have a shout of making the League 2 play-offs after taking seven points from their last three games but Stanley are third-bottom after losing 2-1 at third-placed Dale on Saturday.
Fit-again midfielder Piero Mingoia broke the deadlock with a stunning volley in the 72nd minute, only for Matt Lund to claim a fortuitous equaliser five minutes later, when Tom Aldred's headed clearance hit Lund and went past Marcus Bettinelli.
The Reds' keeper then made a fine save to keep out Joe Bunney's stoppage-time header but Lund was on hand to tap in the rebound for a last-gasp winner.
“For large periods of the game we were the better side,” said manager James Beattie. “I don’t think we got what we deserved from the game, we deserved something.
“But I can’t fault the lads' commitment and desire, as well as their discipline in a shape.
“The result was disappointing but football's a great game for putting things right and our chance to do that comes on Tuesday night.”
Stanley have a superb record against Morecambe with the Shrimps having failed to beat the Reds in 13 league games since the two clubs renewed their long-standing rivalry in the Football League.
Peter Murphy's last-gasp winner gave Stanley a 2-1 victory in the reverse fixture in October and if they do the double over Morecambe they could climb as high as 15th.
However, second-bottom Northampton drew at home to Mansfield at the weekend so are now within three points of Stanley. The Cobblers host Rochdale on Tuesday night.
Adult tickets for Stanley's rearranged game have been reduced to £10. It's £5 for all concessions and £1 for accompanied under-12s.