Bury make the trip to Northampton on Tuesday evening looking to make it three away wins in a row.
Victories against Swindon Town and Colchester United in September contributed towards Ryan Lowe's nomination for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month award.
Speaking after Saturday's win over Colchester in Essex, Lowe said that he was looking to extend the winning habit on their travels, but stressed that it wasn't going to be handed to them on a plate: "We're looking to go to teams and win, that's our aim.
"As I always say, we'll respect Northampton. They're not having the best of times at the moment, but it doesn't change anything for us. It's another team, a decent team that are going to want to get in our faces, going to want to upset us, going to want to beat us. We're the same, we want to do that to them.
"We will be looking for the three points, but it's not going to come easy, we've got to work hard for it".
Following Saturday's 4-0 defeat to Mansfield, Northampton boss Dean Austin departed the Cobblers. They wasted no time in bringing in his replacement; former Carlisle United manager, Keith Curle.
The hosts currently sit in 21st place in Sky Bet League Two, having accumulated 7 points from their opening 10 games of the season. Saturday's result meant that they have picked up 2 points from their last 5 games, in comparison to the Shakers' 12.
From their 6 home games so far, they are yet to register a win. Their record shows 3 draws and 3 defeats, scoring 4 and conceding 8.
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Last Time Out
Domestic iFollow subscribers can watch tonight's game live. A matchday pass costs just £10 and can be purchased by visiting iFollow here.
Existing domestic iFollow subscribers can listen to the game as part of their package, or can follow the same steps as above to watch the game.
Overseas subscribers can watch the match live by logging into their account.
We will also have updates over on our Twitter account: @buryfcofficial. There will be post-match reaction on the website, iFollow and our official YouTube channel, with highlights to follow.
Tuesday's referee is Christopher Sarginson.
Chris has so far taken charge of 8 games this season, issuing a total of 22 yellow cards. His last game in charge was Saturday's game between Grimsby Town and Morecambe at Blundell Park. The visitors came from 1-0 down to claim a 2-1 victory after 2 goals in 4 second-half minutes.
Two yellow cards were shown in that game.
We've Met Before
Tuesday's game will be the 64th meeting between the 2 sides in all competitions.
The Shakers have 24 wins to Northampton's 23, with 16 games finishing all-square.