The Reds return to the Wham Stadium tomorrow looking to continue an encouraging run of form.

After a draw with league leaders Doncaster at the weekend, Stanley host Wycombe Wanderers.

The Reds return home after a positive weekend result and looking to continue building a cushion to the relegation places.

After a midweek postponement last week they’ll be hoping for better weather to allow them to take on the Chairboys.

Having gone three games unbeaten, John Coleman’s side are keen to take to the field and extend that run.

Stanley are unbeaten in their last three games, drawing at Mansfield and beating Colchester at the weekend before taking a point from Doncaster thanks to a 2-2 draw.

They’ve won back to back home matches and haven’t lost at the Wham Stadium since December.

The Reds are 20th in League Two, five points above the relegation places.

Team News

Omar Beckles serves the second game of a three match ban following his red card against Colchester.

Sean McConville’s also suspended again, missing a second consecutive match.

But Janoi Donacien has served his two match suspension and could return to the side.

There seldom seems to be a dull moment following Wycombe, with a couple of seasons battling at the bottom followed by going agonisingly close to winning promotion.

Last year was a campaign of mid table consolidation but this season has brought more drama.

A disappointing start left Wanderers with ground to catch up but an epic unbeaten run in the league saw them shoot up the table and they were moments from shocking Tottenham in the FA Cup.

They head north without a league win in their last five attempts but are underestimated at your peril.

Having played for the likes of Preston, Wimbledon and QPR during his playing days, Gareth Ainsworth took over managerial duties at Wycombe in 2011.

He guided the club to safety in his debut season and again in 2014, before taking his side to the play-off final in 2015.

He was named LMA Manager of the Year for his achievements in that campaign and led the Chairboys to 13th place last season.

Match Info

Admission

Adults £20
Concessions (Over 65s/Students/Under 16s*) £15
Accompanied Under 12s** £10

*all students/under 16s must show valid student ID at the turnstile or ticket office
** all under 12s must be accompanied by an adult

Loyalty Card holders

For those with an Accrington Stanley Loyalty Card, match-day prices for League Two games are:

Adults £15
Over 65s/students/Under 16s £10
Accompanied under 12s* FREE

*one free under 12 with a loyalty card per paying adult. Additional under 12s £10 each

All supporters must purchase a ticket before entering the turnstiles
Season ticket holders need to bring their season ticket booklets – not just the ticket for the fixture.