Second-half goals from Terry Gornell and Byron Harrison helped Cheltenham to victory against 10-man Morecambe.
Matt Richards put the Robins in front with a curling 30-yard free-kick in first-half injury time.
Morecambe captain Mark Hughes was then sent off two minutes after the break, receiving a second yellow card for a tackle on Sam Deering.
Richards had a penalty saved by Barry Roche before Gornell added a second and Harrison made it 3-0 late on.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Cheltenham goalscorer Terry Gornell told BBC Gloucestershire:
"It was a great three points. I think we were under a bit of pressure after Saturday.
"I think it was a blessing in disguise to have a Tuesday game.
"That's what you want after being defeated on Saturday [against Rochdale]. You want a game as soon as possible.
"We got a result and we got a performance as well with it."
Morecambe manager Jim Bentley told BBC Radio Lancashire:
"It's massively disappointing. We keep saying we're never too high and never too low, but it's hard to take.
"We came with a plan and we started the better side. We know they're under a little bit of pressure because they've only won once at home. Their crowd was muted and we kept it that way.
"Obviously the sending-off at the start of the second half made it hard for us, but there are plenty of positives. We've just come off the back of a nine-match unbeaten run and I've told the lads to get their chins up."
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