A week after one trip to the south west comes another as the Reds head to Yeovil.
Stanley are out to extend their unbeaten run and pick up another win.
Stanley’s hectic March continues with another long trip but they’ll be keen to play again having found some form.
The last month has been a good one for John Coleman’s team and they’ll look to continue it at Huish Park.
The sides drew at the Wham Stadium earlier in the season and the Reds will be keen to go one better against the Glovers this time.
The Reds are unbeaten in seven matches and have won their last three.
Tuesday’s 5-0 win over Leyton Orient also meant a third successive clean sheet.
Coleman’s side sit 16th in League Two, 12 points clear of the relegation places and six from the top half.
Midfielder Arron Davies is out after he suffered a foot injury in an accident at home.
Sean Clare is also likely to still be sidelined with the problem he picked up in the first half at Exeter.
But Janoi Donacien, who missed the midweek win over Orient through illness, has retuned to training and could return to the side.
Yeovil are currently in 17th place, having fallen down the table after a recent indifferent run.
A nine-game unbeaten run in October/November took them up to sixth place in League Two but their form has been hit-and-miss since then.
They picked up their first win in nine games, beating Morecambe on Saturday, to halt their poor run and are currently a place behind Stanley with the same points.
Darren Way was officially appointed Yeovil manager in December 2015, following the sacking of Paul Sturrock.
He took over with the Glovers at the bottom of League Two but helped them finish 14 points clear of the relegation spots in the 2015/16 season.
Way has a long association with the Glovers, a severe car accident cutting his playing career short in 2008.
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