Reds host Hartlepool United on Saturday at the Checkatrade Stadium in front of what will be our biggest crowd of the season so far, thanks to the Pay What You Can initiative.
position heading into the game against Craig Hignett’s side, with their form at the Checkatrade Stadium strong after three successive home wins.
thDermot Drummy’s men find themselves in 15
The game against Pools provides the side with an opportunity to follow up the impressive 2-0 home win over Yeovil Town 12 days ago.
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Reds have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s game – with only striker Matt Harrold remaining sidelined through injury.
Pools have Trevor Carson and Carl Magnay out with long-term injuries and midfielder Nathan Thomas isn’t likely to play again until the end of this month.
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position in Sky Bet EFL Two ahead of the weekend’s fixture – but such is the competitive nature of the division the side sit six points above the drop zone and 12 off the top seven in the table.thHartlepool occupy 19
On the road Pools have chalked up wins at Exeter City, Yeovil Town and Grimsby Town.