Head Coach Harry Kewell says Reds have worked hard all week so they can end the home campaign with a win over Crewe.
Reds last tasted victory at the Checkatrade in mid-February against Lincoln and it's a record HK is determined is improved when David Artell's side visit on Saturday.
Harry said: "We have worked as hard this week as we did in the first week of pre-season. There has been no let up because we are all aware that we owe our supporters and ourselves a really good performance in the last home game of the season."
HK is expecting an entertaining contest against David Artell's team as Reds bid to avenge the 3-0 defeat we suffered to the Alex in December.
"Crewe are safe, they are in decent form and they try to play. I think it's going to be a decent game but of course I will only be happy if we finish with three points.
"But we're in good spirits. We've had a decent week and it will be nice to get out there in front of our fans and hopefully all push to get three points."
Karlan Ahearne-Grant has returned to training this week after missing last Saturday's 2-2 draw at Exeter City.