A look ahead to Saturday's game at the Checkatrade.com Stadium
Reds bring down the curtain on the season at home to Bristol City on Saturday, kick off 3pm.
Referee: Michael Bull Assistants: Craig Hicks and Oleksandr Solly Fourth Official: Colin Lymer
Billy Clarke (broken hand) is definitely out. Paul Connolly (groin), Mike Jones (groin), Josh Simpson (hamstring) and Sergio Torres (wrist) are all doubts.
Goalkeeper Frank Fielding is out for City while Bobby Reid (hip) is a doubt.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: "It should be a good end to the season. We could finish as high as 11th and Bristol City also have their eye on a top-ten finish so there is a lot at stake. They won't come here and sit back as some teams do here which will make it an entertaining game I feel."
Watch John Gregory's video previewing the game on our Youtube Channel
Steve Cotterill (Bristol City manager): "It will be fantastic if we can wrap up this season properly and that means going to Crawley and looking to win. I'm looking at the game as a play-off for a top half finish. We could have up to 1,000 fans there and I want to give them something to celebrate."
WE'VE MET BEFORE
Both sides have won one of the two previous meetings. A goal from Matt Tubbs knocked Championship City out of the FA Cup in 2012 when Reds were still in League Two. City won 2-0 at Ashton Gate in November with two second-half goals in the first league tussle between the teams.
You can watch highlights of the only previous meeting between the clubs at Crawley by clicking here
Reds have only lost twice at home in the league this year. City have only lost once on the road since February 22.
SATURDAY'S OTHER LEAGUE ONE GAMES
Brentford v Stevenage
Crewe v Preston
Gillingham v Shrewsbury Town
MK Dons v Leyton Orient
Oldham Athletic v Notts County
Peterborough v Port Vale
Sheffield United v Coventry City
Swindon Town v Rotherham
Tranmere v Bradford City
Walsall v Colchester
Wolves v Carlisle United
FANCY A FLUTTER?
Reds are 13/10 to win and City priced at 2/1 with league sponsors SkyBet. The draw is 12/5.
How about Andy Drury to score the first goal for Reds in a 2-1 victory? That is available at a tasty 55/1! More details can be found here.
GOING TO THE MATCH?
Under-18s tickets are priced just £1 tomorrow, providing they are accompanied by a full-paying adult. All the details can be found by clicking 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 are also live updates through the club's Twitter feed and the latest news on our Facebook page as well.
Don't forget that we will present end of season awards on the pitch after the game. Please stay and show your appreciation for the players as they thank you for your support over the last few months. All the details can be found here.