John Coleman is urging fans to get down to the Wham Stadium and cheer Stanley on in the FA Cup third round.

The Reds play fellow League Two side Luton Town tomorrow with the focus a place in the fourth round with, hopefully if Stanley get through, a draw against a Premier League side.

“I would urge any football fans to come down to Accrington and build on the atmosphere and make sure we have as many fans as Luton have.

“I would love to get a crack at playing a Premier League side and seeing if we can beat them.”

Stanley have already played West Ham at London Road in the EFL Cup and Coleman is confident his side can overcome the promotion-chasing Hatters.

“They beat us 1-0 earlier in the season and they had three good chances in the game, our keeper made a couple of saves and they hit the crossbar with a free kick but we controlled the game for 80 minutes,” said Coleman.

“I know it’s all about scoring goals and we didn’t but we have got to believe we can beat them with the way we played on the day at Kenilworth Road and the way we have been playing recently.

“We know we need to get better results in the league, our performances haven’t got to improve that much, but it’s about getting results now.

“It doesn’t make any difference if tomorrow is FA Cup or league. I want to win any game. I never have to get up for any game as, no matter what it is, I am desperate to win it.

“This is no different – we will be setting the team up to win, we will be giving them instructions to try and win it and we need to come up with a formula to win it and believe we can.”

Bristol City loanee Zak Vyner cannot play in the FA Cup for Stanley.