Morecambe have new owners ahead of arguably the biggest game in their history.
The majority shareholding in the Shrimps has been sold to London-based Bond Group Investments Ltd.
On Saturday, Jim Bentley's face Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena and need a point to hang on to their Football League status.
A run of nine games without a win has dropped them to 22nd place in League Two, Barnet's 1-0 victory at the Globe Arena last Saturday seeing them close to within two points of the Shrimps.
Morecambe chairman Peter McGuigan said: "We are very pleased to confirm this transaction and look forward to a period of sustained stability and growth within the club.
"On behalf of the board I would like to thank everyone connected to the club for their patience and outstanding contribution during a difficult period for all concerned over the last few months."
Shrimps had been owned by G50 Holdings following the ill-fated ownership of Brazilian businessman Diego Lemos in 2016.