Morecambe manager hopes for further away day success against Crawley Town
Three of those have come on the road with Adams’ players having won all of their away league games so far, seeing off Cheltenham Town, Southend United and Oldham Athletic.
In comparison, it took them until the end of January to win three away league matches last season.
“It’s always important to win away from home,” Adams said.
“When I was at Plymouth, in League Two, we won 13 or 14 away games in a season.
“Away points are vital as well as your home form because they can put you up the league quite quickly.”
Crawley were Adams’ first league opponents after taking over as Shrimps’ boss last November.
They presently sit 13th in the table after a mixed start, though they are yet to taste league defeat at home after taking four points from matches with Scunthorpe United and Southend United.
Their two defeats have been at Port Vale and Cheltenham Town, both of whom are fancied to challenge for promotion this season.
Adams said: “They have picked up points and are sitting in the middle of the table.
“They played on Tuesday night against Arsenal in the EFL Trophy but they changed the team around quite a bit.
“It’s a beautiful pitch to play on but I think our players are in confident mood going into the game.
“However, we have to be aware of the threat that Crawley can pose teams because they play in a way that can cause problems.”