Head Coach Harry Kewell acknowledges every game in this league is tough, but isn't naive to the fact that Saturday's with Wycombe Wanderers will be a greater test than most.
Gareth Ainsworth's men are sat in 7th after 17 games, and Kewell thinks sides like the Chairboys have quality in the final third that makes the difference.
"I do believe some sides have real quality in their attacking force and that's why they're towards the top of the table." Kewell told iFollow Crawley.
"They have experience as well so it is difficult to go to these places, but I'm a firm believer that anyone can beat anyone."
Some of that attacking quality comes in the form of Adebayo Akinfenwa, who is notorious throughout the English football for his power and sheer presence.
The forward has scored six goals in nine league games, but Kewell is confident his side can deal with the threat and cause problems of their own.
"They should be use to the threat he brings, a lot of the players understand what he is capable of doing but let's not ignore that is he playing well this season.
"I have an idea of how I want to play and if the players stick to the plan then I'm sure we'll cause them problems as they will cause us problems."