Boss John Coleman has urged his players to put on a Friday night thriller at the Store First Stadium.
The Reds welcome Exeter City tonight and the club are urging lapsed Stanley fans and neutrals to come on down.
Coleman’s men have won their last four at home, knocking League One Notts County out of the FA Cup while climbing to 12th in League Two.
Stanley took the game to Cambridge United last Saturday and got their rewards, claiming a 2-1 win which might have been more emphatic.
And Coleman reckons the Reds must remain on the front foot if they are to continue their rise up the league table.
“It was a great performance last Saturday and the tendency then is to bask in the glory,” he said.
“Everyone’s happy in the changing rooms and at the training ground, and you can maybe ease off the gas.
“But we don’t want to be like that. We’ve had some intense sessions this week and worked hard.
“We’ve got to play at full throttle because we’re clearly at our best when we play that way.
“When we dictate the terms of the game, the pace of the game, we’re capable of beating anyone at home.”
Exeter are ninth after coming from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at home to Shrewsbury last Saturday.
Although the Grecians were upset by Warrington Town in the FA Cup, they’re six unbeaten in League Two and their last league defeat on the road came in August.
So getting on the front foot will arguably be the best way to disrupt their passing game.
“After us, Exeter are the team I’ve seen the most,” said Coleman. “I know their players better than I know my own kids at the moment!
“They’re a good passing side and have some great footballers.
“We’ve got to come up with a plan to beat them but I’m sure they’ll have looked at us and might have a bit of fear in their camp.”
Stanley are encouraging fans of other clubs to not only come to tonight’s game but wear their own team’s colours.
Anyone who does will get into the Clayton End for a reduced price of £15 (£10 concessions).
And to prepare for the game, Coleman even toyed with the idea of training at night this week.
“The atmosphere’s critical,” he said. “There seems to be a special atmosphere at Stanley for a night match. I’ve always enjoyed them here.
“Historically we didn’t get the greatest of gates for night matches, certainly in midweek.
“Maybe that’s slowly changing but the atmosphere is always very good. It certainly makes a difference for the players.”
Playing on Friday also gives Stanley the chance to go eighth, one point off the play-offs, before their rivals play tomorrow.
“It’s like a golfer going first with his approach to the green, although it’s only an advantage if you do well,” Coleman added.
“But if you do leapfrog a few teams, generally they don’t all leapfrog you back on the Saturday so that’s what we’re hoping for.”
Defender Adam Buxton is Stanley’s only absentee through injury while Will Hatfield re-joined Halifax before Thursday's loan deadline. The midfielder, who has only been used as a substitute since Coleman's return in September, will be with the Conference side until the end of January.