All you need to know about Monday's game
Reds play their penultimate away game on Easter Monday, when we make the trip to Meadow Lane to face Notts County.
Referee: Carl Boyeson Assistants: Wayne Barratt and Mark Griffiths Fourth Official: Paul Cook
Billy Clarke (broken hand) misses out for Reds and Paul Connolly serves the third match of his five-match suspension.
Notts County have no fresh injury worries following their 2-1 defeat at Bristol City on Good Friday.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: "We put a lot into Friday's game so I may make one or two changes to freshen things up but we are going there to try and keep the unbeaten run going. We want to finish the season strongly and the boys are really looking forward to trying to get a fourth successive win under their belts."
Shaun Derry (Notts County manager): "The least we deserved at Bristol City was a point so we have to take that hurt and anguish we felt into Monday's game. We can channel it make sure we are winners on the day. The fans can play a massive part too - we need them behind us because it is a huge game for us."
WE'VE MET BEFORE
A goal from Mark Connolly earned Reds a 1-0 win at home in December while last season's two fixtures both ended in draws. It was 1-1 at Meadow Lane with Jonathan Forte scoring for us and the return fixture ended goalless.
Reds have won their last three. Notts have won four and lost two of their last six. They have only drawn once since December 21.
GOING TO THE MATCH?
You can pay on the day at Meadow Lane. All the details can be found here.
FANCY A FLUTTER?
Reds are 12/5 to make it four league wins in nine days. Notts County can be backed at 21/20 with the draw 23/10. Gwion Edwards can be backed to score our first goal in a 2-1 win at 75/1! For all the latest SkyBet odds click here.
You can follow the game with live and exclusive commentary on Reds Player. To subscribe or listen to the game click here.
We will be running our live blog on The Reds Wall throughout the game and you can react to the action.
There is live commentary on BBC Surrey on 104-104.6 FM