John Coleman: Accrington boss given selection headache after Preston win
Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman says their EFL Cup win against Preston has given him a selection headache for their league fixture against Yeovil.
Stanley twice took the lead against the Championship side before Jordan Hugill's 91st-minute equaliser.
But two minutes later Billy Kee struck a dramatic late winner to send them through to the second round.
"What our lads showed was unbelievable character - they never gave up," Coleman, 54, told BBC Radio Lancashire.
"I've certainly got a few headaches for picking the team for Saturday, there were some sparkling performances against Preston and we've got good players coming back. It's a good problem to have."
It was the second time in as many seasons that Stanley had beaten higher-league opposition from Lancashire, after they beat Burnley in the second round last season.
Coleman continued: "It's great for the fans, getting the bragging rights in a Lancashire derby, especially after beating Burnley last year. I think there will be a few people desperate to play Blackburn to see if we can complete the set.
"We've got to use this as a welcome distraction, but we can't take our eyes off what the main prize is which is promotion."