Accrington are looking to continue their 10-game unbeaten run in the league as they take on 12th place Cambridge United.
A win this evening would send John Coleman’s side up into 13th whilst extending the impressive unbeaten run his side are on.
The more significant victory would be for a Cambridge side who can move up to 10th with a win and find themselves just 2 points off Exeter City in the playoff spots.
Stanley are in fantastic form, picking up 20 points from 10 games, stretching their unbeaten run to double figures in their last outing against Grimsby Town, a 1-1 draw.
Cambridge have been in fairly solid form of late, picking up 14 points from 10 games, most impressively winning their last 3 away fixtures, the latest a 1-0 win against Cheltenham Town.
Accrington defender Omar Beckles will be suspended after being dismissed in his last game against Colchester, whilst Janoi Donacien and Sean McConville are also suspended.
Cambridge are going to be without Leon Davies and Greg Taylor due to injuries however midfielder Barry Corr is set to make a start after feeling his way back into the side from a long injury layoff.