Conor Henderson in contention as Crawley host Portsmouth
Crawley midfielder Conor Henderson is in contention to start when Portsmouth visit on Saturday.
Henderson became the Red Devils' first signing of the January transfer window earlier this week, having already spent time with the club earlier in the season on a short-term deal.
Manager Dermot Drummy has no fresh injury concerns with only striker Matt Harold sidelined for the long-term future with an Achilles injury.
The hosts are aiming for their third successive league win.
Portsmouth could hand new signing Nicke Kabamba his debut at Broadfield Stadium.
The 23-year-old striker followed former team-mate Jamal Lowe in joining Portsmouth from non-league side Hampton & Richmond on Wednesday and is available for the League Two clash.
Lowe may earn his first start for the Blues after coming off the bench at half-time during their win against Leyton Orient last week.
Manager Paul Cook could opt for the same front three of Conor Chaplin, Kal Naismith and Michael Smith who featured against the O's while Curtis Main (abdominal strain) remains sidelined.