Stanley put on a thriller for the Sky Sports cameras as they drew with Portsmouth in Saturday's televised clash at the Store First Stadium.
After an entertaining first half, Peter Murphy broke the deadlock with a superb lob in the 48th minute, only for David Connolly to equalise nine minutes later for Pompey, League Two's pre-season title favourites.
Connolly then put the former Premier League outfit in front with a 79th-minute penalty but with five minutes left, Murphy popped up again to give the Reds a deserved point.
Manager James Beattie named an attacking line-up, with Marcus Carver joined by fellow strikers Danny Webber and Kal Naismith, whose arrival from Rangers on a two-year deal was only announced on Saturday morning.
And it was Carver who had the game's first chance, heading wide from a Nicky Hunt.
Portsmouth defender Sonny Bradley had a header cleared off the line by Michael Liddle before Murphy fired too close to the visiting keeper from Webber's lay-off.
Pompey replied with Patrick Agyemang exchanging passes with strike partner Connolly before testing Ian Dunbavin and the Reds keeper made a fine save before pouncing on the rebound.
Andy Barcham then burst through the Stanley defence but another Dunbavin save denied the winger a fine solo goal.
But Stanley took the lead in spectacular fashion just after the break, Murphy spotting Phil Smith off his line and beating him from 30 yards.
Pompey drew level shortly after, though, Connolly firing home from Agyemang's knock-down.
Dunbavin then denied Barcham before Agyemang latched onto a Hunt backpass and although he was tackled by Tom Aldred, Hunt brought down Connolly, who swept in the spot-kick.
Stanley regrouped and equalised as Aldred headed back across goal for Murphy to head in his second.
And the Reds had to breathe a sigh of relief as Barcham's curling shot struck a post late on.
Stanley : Dunbavin 8, Hunt 6, Aldred 7, Atkinson 7, Liddle 8, Naismith 7, Murphy 8, Richardson 7 (Joyce 66, 7), Hatfield 6 (Mingoia 66, 6), Carver 7 (Gray 70, 6), Webber 7. Subs: Winnard, Wilson, Miller, McCartan.