FC UNITED of Manchester are due in town on Sunday as they take on Colne in round two of the Challenge Cup (ko 2pm) at the Interlink Express Stadium.
A crowd of more than 3,000 is expected to watch the NWCL Division Two leaders tackle Colne, who are eighth in Division One.
It is pay on the day with £6 adults and £3 concessions.
FC United was formed by Manchester United fans disillusioned with the Malcolm Glazer takeover.
They are well-followed with their highest attendance this season 3,808 and they average 2,741.
Stanley are expecting a big crowd and are advising fans to get there early - especially as FC United last two away trips have had kick offs delayed due to crowd congestion.
It is FC United's biggest game of the season so far as they test their promotion credentials against a team from the division above, who are the only team to beat leaders Skelmersdale United this season.
FC United manager Karl Marginson will be on a high as he has just won the Manager of the Month award for October following four successive wins but Winsford and Padiham are keeping them under pressure at the top of the table.
Former Manchester City trainee Orr Aidie is their leading goalscorer with 12 so far this season, including the Reds' first ever hat-trick, while ex-Rochdale forward Rory Patterson has eight. Carl Howarth, who had trials at Stanley, has 10 for Colne.
Marginson said: "I played at Accrington a few times and it is a tidy little ground.
"The pitch is always nice and firm so I hope the groundsman does us a good job for Sunday.
"Hopefully it will be a bumper crowd, especially as it is pay on the day and people will come and see what we are all about."