Dermot Drummy looks for signs of fatigue ahead of Crawley's clash with Crewe
Crawley manager Dermot Drummy is monitoring the fitness levels of his players as he considers rotating his squad for the Sky Bet League Two visit of Crewe.
The Red Devils face a sixth game in 18 days and Drummy told his pre-match press conference he would be keeping an eye on his players for any signs of fatigue.
Any rotation could open the door for the likes of Andre Blackman, who has had to settle for a place on the bench since recovering from injury.
Jordan Roberts (broken toe) and Matt Harrold (Achilles) remain sidelined, although the latter is likely to return before the end of the season.
Crewe will have Chris Dagnall available again.
The striker has served a three-match suspension and will be considered as boss Dave Artell thinks about changes following the defeat to Newport.
Callum Cooke, who scored at the weekend, will be fine despite a bout of illness while George Cooper could be recalled to the starting XI.
Jon Guthrie (hernia) and Danny Hollands (hamstring) remain absent.