Stanley’s next chance to return to winning ways is tomorrow against Yeovil Town.
The Reds host the Somerset side looking to address their recent poor form at the Wham Stadium
It’s been a frustrating few weeks for Stanley, with the last couple of games seeing them dominant but taking no points.
Manager John Coleman has vowed that his players will come out fighting as they look to draw a line under recent events and they’ll hope to do that against Yeovil.
The two sides have been regular foes in league and cup over recent seasons and the Reds will be keen to notch up a win in an ongoing series of games.
Stanley have lost their last four in League Two and their last four in all competitions.
The last victory came three weeks ago in the FA Cup at Bradford City, with the last league win coming in mid October against Blackpool.
The Reds are 18th in League Two, two points clear of the bottom two and six from the top seven spots.
Matty Pearson returns to contention for the Reds after serving his one match ban in midweek.
After his red card at Hartlepool was overturned Mark Hughes is available for selection.
Janoi Donacien is the only long term injury absentee after he underwent surgery and is beginning his recovery.
Yeovil returned to League Two last season following relegation from the third tier in 2014/15.
They were League Two champions in 2005 and went as high as the Championship after that but now face making the climb again if they want to compete at that level once more
15/16 brought a battle towards the bottom of the table but Darren Way ultimately led them to the safety of 19th sport and the new campaign has seen encouraging signs with the Glovers currently 12th and just two points from the play-off spots.
Darren Way took caretaker charge of Yeovil following the departure of Paul Sturrock, taking the job permanently for the start of 2016.
As a player he made well over 200 appearances for the club as well as turning out for Swansea City.
His playing career was ended by a car accident and now he is taking his first steps in management at Huish Park.
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