A look ahead to Saturday's game at Brunton Park
Crawley Town travel to Carlisle United on Saturday looking to get back to winning ways on the road in EFL Two.
Last time the Reds travelled was to Cheltenham Town where they suffered a 2-1 defeat at Whaddon Road, and last Saturday’s game saw the side pick up a point after a 0-0 home draw with Accrington Stanley.
Their opponents for this weekend are unbeaten in all competitions so far this season – and so will provide a stern test for Dermot Drummy’s men.
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– the Dutchman has started every league game so far this season for the Reds.hereFans can also watch winger Enzio Boldewijn preview the game against Keith Curle’s side
“They’ll be full of confidence – our job is to be mentally strong and organised,” says Dermot Drummy.
“They’re a good side but we’re tough to beat. We know how we can play and Saturday will be interesting,” says Enzio Boldewijn.
The Opposition Overview:
position in SkyBet EFL Two ahead of Saturday’s game.ndThe Cumbrians are unbeaten in all competitions so far during the 2016/17 season and currently occupy 2
Their nine home matches in all competitions have seen six wins and three draws – on the road in the league they have picked up victories at Barnet, Morecambe and most recently Stevenage to signal a strong start to the campaign.
The One to Watch:
has got six goals in nine league appearances so far this season. The former Rochdale and Bradford City man spent time on loan with the club last term, before making the switch permanent in the summer and signing a two-year deal.Jason KennedyMidfielder
The Previous Meetings
The last time the two sides met was in the Reds’ penultimate home game of last season – where a second half Charlie Wyke goal gave the Cumbrian side a 1-0 win – it was to be former manager Mark Yates’ last game in charge.
The game before that last year saw the Reds lose 3-1 on their last trip to Brunton Park. A double from the aforementioned Wyke and a Jabo Ibehre strike cancelled out Rhys Murphy’s goal.
The Reds have met Carlisle United six times overall – winning once, drawing three and losing the other two matches between the sides.
.hereMr Ollie Yates will referee Saturday’s game; it will be the first time he has taken charge of a match involving the Reds. Full details on his assistants are
The Ticket News:
The club have received an allocation of 150 tickets for the Sky Bet EFL2 game against Carlisle at Brunton Park on Saturday, October 29, kick off 3pm.
These are now on sale from the Box Office.
Prices(Pioneer Foods Stand Section 3) - Adult £19, Over-65s £16, Young Person 18-22 £13, Junior 11-17 £10, Under-10 £7, Under-6 free.
1 adult + 1 junior £27, 1 adult + 2 juniors £35, 1 senior + 1 junior £24.
Wheelchair ticket: £4. Carer free.
Under-11 and Under-7 tickets must be accompanied and cannot be purchased singularly.
Tickets will be available on the day but prices increase by £3 across all categories except junior and children's rates.
Follow it live:
You will be able to follow all the action across our social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Periscope and Snapchat.
Reds Player HD subscribers will be able to enjoy full uninterrupted commentary of the game with John Barnett and Tom Allman.
Post-match video reaction from the Head Coach and players will also be available on YouTube andReds Player HD.