Last Updated: 21/04/19 3:46pm
Two-goal hero Reece Grego-Cox should continue up front when Crawley host Notts County in Monday’s Sky Bet League Two clash.
The former QPR striker bagged his first Crawley goals with a sharp brace in Friday’s fine 3-1 win at Exeter. The 22-year-old is expected to claim another start as boss Gabriele Cioffi looks to capitalise on Friday’s feel-good factor.
Crawley can select almost from full strength, with only long-term absentees Jimmy Smith and Josh Payne unavailable.
Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Michael Doyle should captain Notts County again, following Friday’s 2-1 home loss to MK Dons. The veteran 37-year-old is fresh and ready to go again, as County continue to battle against relegation from the Football League.
Virgil Gomis and Jon Stead added impetus off the bench as Ben Barclay bagged a late goal for County on Friday, and that pair could force their way into Monday’s starting XI. Boss Neal Ardley has targeted at least two wins from the final three matches to hand County any chance of avoiding the drop.
Crawley have lost each of their last three home matches in League Two against Notts County, failing to score in two of those games.
None of the last 11 league meetings between Crawley and Notts County have ended in a draw, with the Magpies winning eight of those games (L3).
Crawley have won just one of their last seven home league games (D2 L4), failing to score in four of those games.
Notts County have won nine points from their last six away league games (W3 D0 L3), two more than they had in their opening 15 on the road this season (W1 D4 L10).
Ollie Palmer has scored 33% of Crawley’s league goals at the Broadfield Stadium this season (10/30).