MIDFIELDER Ian Craney is hoping to claim another League One scalp in Tuesday night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy second round clash with Blackpool.
Former Reds winger Rory Prendergast could return to the Fraser Eagle Stadium with the Seasiders as Stanley hope to add another victim to their list after seeing off Carlisle in the first round and Nottingham Forest in the Carling Cup.
"It should be a really good game, Rory looks like he could be coming back and it is a local derby," said the 24-year-old.
"The atmosphere against Carlisle in the last round was a bit muted and it was more like a friendly but hopefully this will be a really good game and a lot of fans will turn out for it."
Craney took a penalty which helped to seal a win in the shoot-out against League One high fliers Carlisle.
"I didn't even know it went straight to penalties until before the game but I definitely prefer it to extra time!" he said.
But the former Altrincham player says he won't be on them if they get one in normal time.
He missed one against Southport in normal play last season and Gary Roberts, who is currently on loan at Ipswich, has taken them since.
"I think it might be Andy Todd on penalties from now on," said Craney. "We had a penalty competition in training and he was banging them in all over the place. The gaffer said "Toddy is now on penalties". I don't know if he was joking but I think it might be Toddy's turn!"
Left back Leam Richardson should return on Tuesday, after a one-game suspension, to face the club with whom he won the then LDV Vans Trophy with in 2004 against Southend.