DENNIS Wise's Swindon have been warned that Stanley will pay no attention to reputations when the sides lock horns tomorrow (Sat).
The second-placed Robins are League Two's biggest draw, boasting former England international Wise and his ex-Chelsea team-mate Gus Poyet on the touchline as manager and assistant, although their galaxy of star names dwindled this week when midfielder Paul Ince left the club.
There is now a chance that Stanley could revive a plan to bring one-time target Ince to the Fraser Eagle Stadium as a player-coach.
Meanwhile, the last-gasp victory over high-flying Wycombe Wanderers has convinced Stanley centre back Michael Welch that the Reds can beat anyone in the division, especially at home, and he is unfazed by Swindon's big names.
Welch said: "Dennis and Gus were both in the Premier League for a lot of years and were both top players. It makes you want to work a bit harder to prove you can do it against people like that. We will give them respect but not too much."
The Accy faithful will be hoping for a repeat of the last time an England international came to watch Stanley play - when Steven Gerrard inspired them to smash in five goals without reply.
Welch saw Swindon play at Wrexham while he was out suspended last month and he was impressed with their strike force of Lee Peacock and Christian Roberts, but despite the Robins' lofty league position they have won only one league game in the last six.
Stanley, by contrast, are flying and only top-of-the-table Walsall have more than their haul of 13 home points.
Their victory at the Fraser Eagle stadium last weekend saw the Reds get the better of much-fancied opponents, and Welch thinks they enjoy a psychological edge when some of the bigger teams come to visit.
He said: "Maybe some teams turn up and don't really fancy it when they see the stadium. It's not one of the better grounds in the league. I think it's also down to the way we play and close teams down. But with Wise and Poyet in charge there's going to be a reaction at some point and we have got to be on the top of our game to contain them."
Welch was named in League Two's team of the week for his assured recall in place of Phil Edwards against the Chairboys.
The hosts rode their luck at times, but overall their defending was much improved from the performances at Mansfield and Bury.
Boss John Coleman said: "We limited them to not so many chances and we have to take heart from that as they're one of the best sides we've played."
But the manager expects a backlash from the visitors following their recent dip in form and off-the-field troubles.
Coleman said: "They'll be coming up with the bit between their teeth and it should make for a good game. I think it will be tight, but both teams will try and go for the win."
He added that Andy Mangan, used only as a substitute so far this term, was "desperate" to start after his goal last weekend and Rommy Boco's call-up by Benin.
Stanley have reported no fresh injury worries.