MANAGER John Coleman today admitted Stanley fancy their chances of knocking out Town.
Coleman's side will train tomorrow for the third time this week and then stay at an Accrington hotel to prepare for the game.
"Any Conference side will think they can beat any Third Division team on their day and we are no different," said Coleman, who has ex-Emley man Dean Calcutt in his squad.
"Our preparations have gone well and we will give Huddersfield the same respect as any opponent, but once the game is on you forget about who you are playing.
"They've got a couple of good strikers and so have we - both sides will be after that little bit of luck you need to win - and I expect it to be a physical game."
Stanley's main target is a return to the Football League 41 years after the old club went bust. It's not a pipe dream. Thirty years ago Town played a Northern Premier League side called Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup, and look where they are now.