Your look-ahead to the Good Friday action
Reds host Leyton Orient on Good Friday, looking to complete a SkyBet League One double over Russell Slade's promotion chasers.
Referee: Mick Russell Assistants: William Bull and Paul Kelly Fourth Official: Charles Breakspear
Billy Clarke (broken hand) misses out for Reds and Paul Connolly serves the second match of his five-match suspension.
Orient have no fresh injury worries following last Saturday's 5-1 win over Gillingham.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: "It's a game we're really looking forward to. Orient have had a fantastic season and they will come at us because if they want second place they need to keep winning. It should be an open encounter in front of a good crowd and we'll go into it with plenty of confidence."
Dean Cox (Leyton Orient midfielder): "Brentford losing last Saturday makes it a little bit interesting. Hopefully there will be a little bit of squeaky bum time for our rivals. There’s still half a chance (of automatic promotion) and you never say never in this game. If it’s going to be the play-offs we want to keep this momentum going. The Easter period is very important. It’s not a very good pitch down at Crawley, but we’ll go there looking for three points.”
WE'VE MET BEFORE
All three previous meetings have been won by Crawley. Last season Reds defeated the O's 1-0 home (Nicky Ajose) and away (Billy Clarke) while at the Matchroom Stadium last December goals from Gary Alexander, Andy Drury and Nicky Adams sealed a 3-2 win, John Gregory's first since he became our manager.
Reds have won their last two. Last week's win was Orient's second in their last seven games.
GOING TO THE MATCH?
We're expecting a big crowd for this game and the advice is to buy your tickets in advance. All the details can be found here.
FANCY A FLUTTER?
Reds are 21/10 with League sponsors SkyBet to win with the same odds available for the draw. Leyton Orient are 11/8. Andy Drury to score first in a 2-1 Crawley win is available at a tasty 80-1. For all the odds click here.
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There is live commentary on BBC Surrey on 104-104.6 FM