A look ahead to Saturday's big gameReds are back at the Checkatrade.com Stadium on Saturday as we host Gillingham in a crucial game in Sky Bet League One, kick off 3pm.
Referee: Trevor Kettle
Assistants: Dave Bushell & Barry Holderness
Fourth Official: Ryan T Atkin
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Conor Henderson (ankle) and Josh Simpson (hamstring) are all still sidelined for Reds but Dean Leacock, who hasn't played since Boxing Day because of groin problems, has a chance of being involved. Dean Morgan is on international duty with Montserrat and not available. John Cofie is added to the squad after signing until the end of the season but the club are still waiting for international clearance to arrive for Kelly Youga, who has also joined us on a short-term contract.
Gillingham have no fresh injury worries.
Reds have won five out of their last eight and the last three in a row while Gillingham have lost twice in their last nine games, most recently in their last away fixture 3-0 at Chesterfield.THE FORM GUIDE
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "Justin Edinburgh has done an outstanding job since going in there. They have got themselves up the table and have threats all over the pitch. It's going to be one of our hardest games in the run-in, there's no doubt about that."Dean Saunders
"They have had three fantastic results in a week but we've been good on the road and it's game we're going into to give a good account of ourselves and hopefully pick up the points."Justin Edinburgh (Gillingham manager, pictured):
DID YOU KNOW?
Gillingham boss Justin Edinburgh has managed a team against Crawley Town before. He was in charge of Newport County when they played Reds in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
This will be the eighth meeting between the teams.
Two have come in the Football League Trophy with Gillingham beating Reds when they were a Conference side 2-0 at Priestfield in 2005 and 2-1 here earlier this season.
In League Two in 2011-12, both teams won on the opposition ground with Gills victorious 2-1 here and Reds winning 1-0 in Kent.
Last season, in League One, Reds won 3-2 at home and Gillingham won the reverse fixture 1-0. Our earlier league meeting this season finished 1-1 when Gwion Edwards was on target for Crawley.
REST OF THE LEAGUE ONE FIXTURES
Bradford City v Oldham
Bristol City v Barnsley
Chesterfield v Walsall
Leyton Orient v Port Vale
Notts County v Scunthorpe
Peterborough v Coventry
Rochdale v Yeovil
Sheffield United v Crewe
Fleetwood Town v Preston
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