The Reds are on the road again tomorrow for another trip to the south west.
After visiting Exeter and Yeovil lately John Coleman’s side head to Home Park to take on Plymouth Argyle.
After seven matches in March, April begins with one of the toughest trips of the season as Stanley travel to Plymouth.
The Reds head south with their recent unbeaten run now stretching to eleven games and looking to extend that.
Home Park hasn’t been a happy hunting ground in recent years and Coleman’s team will be keen to change that.
Stanley haven’t tasted defeat since losing at Portsmouth on 11th February, a run of eleven matches.
Coleman’s men have won five of their last seven and two of their last three away from home.
They’re currently 13th in League Two, seven points from the play-off places and just two from the top half.
Captain Seamus Conneely remains doubtful after missing the last two matches with an ankle injury.
Scott Brown is definitely out as he continues to serve his suspension and Arron Davies is yet to fully recover from his foot injury.
Goalkeeper Marek Rodak has returned from international duty and will contend with Aaron Chapman for the starting place in goal.
After play-off final defeat to AFC Wimbledon last season Argyle returned with a sense of renewed purpose to get themselves into League One.
They have been in the automatic promotion places for the majority of the season and sit in second spot ahead of kick off with a huge 13 point cushion to fourth place.
The Pilgrims were in the Championship as recently as 2010 before a relegation that began the slide into the fourth tier.
They’ve been in League Two since 2011.
Adams made Argyle his second club as a manager in June 2015 after a highly successful career in Scotland, first as a player and then on the other side of the touchline.
Immediately following a successful, 14-year playing career, including stints at Aberdeen, over 150 games for Motherwell, and Ross County, Adams was elevated to a managerial role at County, guiding them to two league titles in five seasons.
Either side of a short spell as assistant manager of Hibernian, the Glaswegian established the Dingwall-based Staggies as a top Scottish Premiership side, as well as managing them to a Scottish FA Cup final – beating Hibs and Celtic along the way – and two Scottish Challenge Cup finals.
He led Argyle to the play-offs in his first season at Home Park.