A look-ahead to Tuesday night's game at the Bescot Stadium
Referee: Michael Bull
Assistants: Steven Copeland and Peter Gooch
Fourth Official: Ian Dudley
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Conor Henderson (ankle), Josh Simpson (hamstring), Dean Leacock (groin) and Darren Ward (heel) are all sidelined. Anthony Wordsworth is available after completing his two-match ban.
Walsall have no fresh injury worries with 16-goal striker Tom Bradshaw, who got the winner on Saturday, fully fit after a season disrupted by persistent hamstring trouble.
Reds have won four of their last seven and picked up 13 points out of 21. THE FORM GUIDE
Walsall's 1-0 home win over Fleetwood on Saturday was their first win in eight games.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "We played poorly (at Scunthorpe) on Saturday but we have usually responded after a bad performance and we need to do the same tomorrow. We are running out of games to get out of trouble and we need to be back on it tomorrow."Dean Saunders
"Dean Smith, Walsall manager, pictured):It was a good performance on Saturday. We got a good clean sheet and deserved to win (1-0 at home to Fleetwood) so there are lots of positives to take into the Crawley game."
DID YOU KNOW?
Reds have never been beaten by Walsall in five previous meetings between the clubs.
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
Reds have won two and drawn three of the previous five games against the Saddlers. Our last visit to Walsall in February 2014 ended in a 2-1 win for Reds and back in October Conor Henderson's late free kick sealed a 1-0 win.
REST OF THE LEAGUE ONE FIXTURES
Bradford v Bristol City
Chesterfield v Colchester
Coventry v Oldham
Fleetwood v MK Dons
Leyton Orient v Doncaster Rovers
Notts County v Barnsley
Preston v Gillingham
Rochdale v Swindon
Scunthorpe v Port Vale
Yeovil v Sheffield United
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