Crawley could be unchanged for the relegation showdown with Coventry.
The Red Devils have no new injury worries after they agonisingly missed the chance to climb out of the drop zone by losing 4-3 at Peterborough last weekend.
Conor Henderson and Dean Leacock remain the only absentees for boss Dean Saunders.
Midfielder Henderson has been out since January with an ankle injury and defender Leacock suffered a recurrence of his groin problem a month ago.
Matthew Pennington is out for Coventry after having an operation on his ankle.
The Everton loanee is sidelined so Tony Mowbray must make at least one change from the side which lost 3-1 to Crewe last week.
Aaron Martin replaced Pennington at half-time and is in the running to start against Crawley.
Victory would ensure Coventry’s survival but defeat could see them relegated to League Two.
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