WREXHAM fans nervous at the impending arrival of Brighton and their hot-shot striker Bobby Zamoura may be calmed by learning that only three of his 31 goals last season were scored away from home.
Very much a strong side at the Withdean Stadium, the Seagulls don't travel well and haven't scored away from home this season.
And with Tuesday's 3-0 loss to Southampton, Wrexham have a chance to put one over the seasiders, who've also fallen foul of Northampton 2-0 this term.
But Zamoura, with five goals already this season, will be the dangerman in Brighton's 4-3-2-1 formation.
The former Bristol Rovers striker, signed for a mere £100,000 last season, feeds off the widemen in Lee Steele and Paul Brooker.
Guarding the Gulls net is Dutch stopper Michel Kuipers, another capture from Bristol Rovers. He will marshal a back four that includes three players that Adams has managed at different clubs.
Right-back and free-kick expert Paul Watson was picked-up from Adams ex-club Brentford and the cultured defender scored eight goals last season.
And on the other flank will be Nathan Jones, who came down the coast on a free from Southend Utd.
In the centre will be Simon Morgan, a Fulham stalwart until being released in the summer when he joined up again with Adams.
He will be partnered by Danny Cullip, a £50,000 signing from Brentford, if he recovers in time from a niggling hamstring injury.
There will be three midfielders with Charlie Oatway, again signed from Brentford, expected to line-up in the middle. He should be partnered by Richard Carpenter, signed from Cardiff, and experienced Paul Rogers. A former stockbroker, Rogers tried his luck in league football with Sheffield United and joined the Gulls following a spell with Wigan Athletic.
Just behind Zamoura are the widemen of Lee Steele and Paul Brooker.Steele, signed from Shrewsbury, was placed on the transfer list last season after failing to adapt to life on the south coast. However a return to form has seen him become a regular. Brooker, signed from Fulham, is a powerful player who cost a paltry £20,000.
Zamoura is the lone striker, but has pace and great finishing.
On the bench is expected to be powerful German striker Dirk Lehmann and former Chester favourite Andy Crosby as well as ex-Kingstonian midfielder Jeff Pitcher and full-back Kerry Mayo.
The Red Dragons then travel to Derbyshire to play Chesterfield on Tuesday night (kick off 7.45pm).
The Spireites have had a troubled six months but under manager Nicky Law they are well organised and have dangerous strikers in David Reeves and ex-Chester favourite Luke Beckett.