• Date: Mon 17 April 2017
  • Kick-off: 14:00
  • Venue: Store First Stadium

Accrington Stanley vs Crawley Town


Match Preview
Scott Brown eyes return to Accrington line-up

Scott Brown will again hope to return for Accrington as they take on Crawley on Easter Monday.

The midfielder was an unused substitute at Blackpool on Friday after completing a five-match ban.

Sean Clare and Aaron Davies remained sidelined with foot injuries and manager John Coleman will have to assess them before the match.

Coleman's side are unbeaten in 14 games and still retain hope of making the League Two play-offs.

Top-scorer James Collins returns from suspension to boost Crawley's hopes of recording just a second win in 11 games.

The striker, who has registered 18 league goals this season, missed Friday's draw with Cheltenham after being sent off for two bookings against Plymouth.

Defender Mark Connolly is a doubt for Town after he was forced off during the game against the Robins suffering with cramp in both hamstrings.

Forward Matt Harrold, who has not started a match since November, looks likely to miss out after breaking down in the warm-up on Friday, while defender Josh Yorwerth completes his three-game ban.
Team Lineups

Accrington Stanley

12 M. Rodak
3 M. Hughes
28 S. Conneely
5 O. Beckles
30 J. Donacien
2 M. Pearson
32 H. Rodgers
11 S. McConville
29 B. Kee
7 J. Clark
10 S. McCartan 48"
Substitutes
S. Brown
T. Gornell
R. Boco
N. Husin
B. Shaw
A. Chapman
J. Edwards

Crawley Town

12 G. Morris
14 A. Blackman
22 J. McNerney
6 M. Connolly
8 J. Smith
28 D. Cox
4 J. Payne
24 Kaby
2 L. Young
19 J. Collins
7 E. Boldewijn
Substitutes
J. Roberts > D. Cox 62"
B. Clifford > Kaby 63"
R. Murphy > J. Smith 83"
Y. Mersin
A. Garnett
B. Bawling
J. Lelan

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