Crawley head coach Gabriele Cioffi was full of praise for his side’s strong finish as they halted a run of five successive FA Cup first-round exits with a 4-1 home win over Scunthorpe.
Reece Grego-Cox scored twice as Crawley ended a run of five successive FA Cup first-round exits with a 4-1 home win over League Two rivals Scunthorpe.
Ollie Palmer is a doubt for Crawley’s FA Cup clash with Scunthorpe.
Colin Calderwood admitted Cambridge were undeserving winners after Paul Lewis’ freakish goal secured a 2-1 victory over Crawley.
Paul Lewis’ freakish late goal earned Cambridge a 2-1 comeback victory over Crawley.
Liam O’Neil could be in contention for Cambridge for their Sky Bet League Two clash with Crawley on Saturday following a hamstring problem.
Colchester boss John McGreal described his side as “cool, calm and collected” after they advanced into the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup for the second time in the club’s history and first since 1974.
Colchester came from behind to clinch a place in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup for only the second time with a 3-1 win at League Two rivals Crawley.
Crawley must bounce back from a poor display against Swindon if they are to extend their Carabao Cup run with victory over Colchester.
Manager Richie Wellens praised hat-trick hero Eoin Doyle’s “complete performance” after Swindon secured back-to-back victories for the first time since mid-September.
Eoin Doyle made it 13 goals in 13 league games for Swindon with a hat-trick in a crushing 4-0 success at Crawley.
Crawley will welcome three players back for the home clash against Swindon.
Newport manager Michael Flynn was happy to extend an 16-match unbeaten home run in Sky Bet League Two with a 1-1 draw against Crawley – but still felt his side could have taken all three points.
Tristan Abrahams was brought off the bench to take the penalty that allowed Newport to level matters at 1-1 against Crawley and extend their unbeaten league run at Rodney Parade to 16 matches.
High-flying Newport have no new injury worries for the visit of Crawley in Sky Bet League Two.
Bradford manager Gary Bowyer asked his players to take his inspiration from England’s win over Australia in the Rugby Union World Cup quarter final to help them beat Crawley 2-1 at Valley Parade and move into second place in League Two.
Bradford moved into second place in League Two after they won their third successive match 2-1 at home to Crawley.
Bradford could include new signing Chris Taylor against Crawley but the former Oldham winger is likely to be eased in given he is yet to play this season.
Crawley head coach Gabriele Cioffi felt his side were “back on track” after they recovered from going a goal behind to defeat Colchester 2-1 at the Broadfield Stadium.
Second-half goals from Reece Grego-Cox and Mason Bloomfield gave Crawley their first win in five league games with a 2-1 home victory over Colchester.