Aldershot will be without Jamie Vincent as boss Kevin Dillon celebrates his 50th game in charge with the visit of Morecambe.

Left-back Vincent saw red for a second bookable offence in last week's win at Oxford and must now serve a one-match ban, meaning John Halls or Aaron Morris will be eyeing a starting berth.

Dillon has an otherwise full-strength squad at his disposal with no injury concerns to contend with.

Ben Herd returned to the side following a thigh injury at the Kassam Stadium last week and should be fit to continue again as the Shots aim to record their first home win in npower League Two since August.

Jack Randall is back to fitness from a broken ankle sustained in pre-season but is unlikely to be considered for the visit of Sammy McIlroy's men.

Morecambe boss Sammy McIlroy will be reluctant to make changes when his side make the trip.

The Shrimps have won their last two league outings without conceding a goal and will look to extend that run at the Recreation Ground.

McIlroy will check on the fitness of defender Will Haining after an injury sustained against Barnet ruled him out the last three matches.

Defensive colleague Chris McCready has also been nursing an injury but returned to action as a substitute in last weekend`s 1-0 home win over Shrewsbury.

The victory gave the Shrimps their first league win at their new #12million home at the sixth attempt.

Striker Phil Jevons will be assessed after missing the last two matches through injury.

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