Crawley Town face Stevenage in a mid-table clash this weekend with both sides looking to kick-start their season.
The Red Devils sit in 18th, having won 27 points this season and are looking to forge a gap between themselves and the bottom two. Stevenage are sat in 16th place but will be looking to win the three points to force themselves back into the play-off picture.
Crawley come into the tie in inconsistent form having picked up three points from their last three games. A victory away at promotion chasing Accrington Stanley was sandwiched in between losses against Colchester United and Crewe Alexandra.
An own goal from Stanley defender Jordan Clark followed by a first half brace from Dutchman Enzio Boldewijn secured the points for Harry Kewell’s men.
Darren Sarll’s side come into the fixture in the same form as their opponents. Their last victory coming before Christmas by thumping Chesterfield 5-1 at the Lamex Stadium.
Danny Newton, Dale Gorman, a Jack McCourt own goal and a brace from talisman Matty Godden secured a five-star performance from Stevenage.
The two sides clashed back in September with the honours shared at the Lamex Stadium. A 1-1 draw with goals from Danny Newton and Ibrahim Meite saw the spoils shared.