Bentley waiting on Redshaw
Morecambe boss Jim Bentley hopes to have top scorer Jack Redshaw available from the start for when Wycombe visit the Globe Arena on Easter Monday.
A groin problem restricted Redshaw to bench duty against Oxford but the former Manchester City youngster came on to fire his 16th goal of the season in stoppage time and secure a 1-1 draw.
Chris Holroyd is the man most likely to make way to accommodate Redshaw.
Will Haining's recovery from a hamstring injury to complete 90 minutes handed an unexpected boost to boss Jim Bentley at centre-back against the U's
But it remains a problem position for the Shrimps boss, who must assess Andy Parrish (thigh) and will be without the experienced Nick Fenton (calf).
Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram is expected to line up in goal again having made his professional bow on Friday.
The youngster's big day was spoilt by Accrington's late winner at Adams Park but the Wycombe youth product looks set to retain his place as Gareth Ainsworth's men look for the three points he believes will secure League Two football for another season.
Archer was handed his debut because Tottenham recalled keeper Jordan Archer from his loan spell with the Chairboys in the build up to kick off on Friday to provide back up to Brad Friedel after an injury to Hugo Lloris. Archer had made 29 appearances this season for Ainsworth's men before returning to White Hart Lane.
QPR loanee Bruno Andrade returned to the matchday squad after injury and the winger is pushing for a start against the Shrimps.
While Leon Johnson and Marvin McCoy will hope to keep their places after being recalled to the starting XI.