The Reds entertain Charlton Athletic this evening in their first game of their 2017-18 Checkatrade Trophy campaign.
Harry Kewell’s men will face the League One Addicks under the lights looking to build on Saturday’s 3-0 win away to Swindon Town.
Karl Robinson’s men continued their good start to the league season with a 2-0 victory away at Rotherham United on Saturday.
If the scores are level at the end of 90 minutes both sides will get a point each and the game will go straight to a penalty shootout - with the winners of that getting an extra point.
Charlton have made a decent start to their League One campaign, winning four out of their first five matches as they seek a return to the Championship.
They began the season at home to Bristol Rovers, securing a 1-0 win thanks to a goal from Patrick Bauer, despite losing Lee Novak to a red card just six minutes in.
Three days later they won 2-1 at Exeter City in the Carabao Cup, but crashed out in the second round last Tuesday when they lost 4-1 at Norwich despite going in front early on in the game.
Their league campaign resumed the following weekend, but they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Plymouth Argyle. A week later they got back to winning ways, thumping Northampton Town 4-1 at The Valley, with Josh Magennis and Ricky Holmes netting before Jake Foster-Caskey bagged a brace in stoppage time.
Last season the Addicks finished 13th in the division following their relegation from the Championship.
We’ve played Charlton Athletic before in this competition 10 months ago - the Reds came out 2-0 winners at The Valley with goals from Adi Yussuf and James Collins.
Nick Kinseley will take charge of the game this evening – click here for details on his previous appointments and assistants for the match.
The Ticket News:
Tickets are available throughout today from the Ticket Office and right up until kick-off this evening – click here for a full price list.
Follow it live:
iFollow Crawley subscribers can listen to full live commentary of this evening's game with Charlton Athletic. Fans will be able to get minute-by-minute updates on our official Twitter account, with a full time update also available on our Facebook page.
Team news will be available on both about an hour before kick-off and Instagram users will be able to go behind the scenes throughout the evening.
After the game a full match report will be available here online, and post-match reaction will be available on iFollow Crawley.