Crawley manager Dermot Drummy boosted by return of several players
Crawley manager Dermot Drummy has had an injury boost as they welcome Grimsby in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday.
The Reds game against Yeovil on Tuesday was postponed and Drummy classed it as a "blessing in disguise" as he has a number of players back available.
Mark Connolly, who was substituted during their 3-1 defeat to Mansfield last weekend because of concussion has now returned to training and Alex Davey (shoulder) has recovered.
Adi Yussuf returns to the squad after being left out due to terms in his loan contract but Joe McNerney will not feature, despite rejoining training this week.
Tom Bolarinwa will hope he has done enough to keep his place in the Grimsby team.
The winger replaced Ashley Chambers against Carlisle on Tuesday and scored his first goal of the season, giving boss Marcus Bignot a dilemma.
Ben Davies (calf) and Sean McAllister (groin) remain the Mariners' only two injury absentees.
Bignot will look to maintain his unbeaten start to life in charge in the league having drawn two and won one of his three games so far.