Crawley boss John Gregory has confirmed striker Rory Fallon will be involved against Tranmere following his arrival on Monday.
The New Zealand international, 31, penned terms with the Red Devils until the end of the season and goes straight into a squad which has not had a game since January 25 because of the adverse weather conditions.
The Red Devils, who still have 21 games left to play in this campaign, could also hand debuts to on-loan Crystal Palace pair Hiram Boateng and Sullay Kaikai.
The long wait for a game has allowed Dannie Bulman (fractured cheekbone) and fellow midfielder Andy Drury (groin) to overcome their problems.
Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore once again has a fully-fit squad to select from.
Rovers, one point above their opponents but having played a staggering six games more, recalled Jason Koumas to the starting XI in place of Jake Kirby for Saturday's 2-2 draw with Bristol City.
Although Moore made just one substitution that afternoon, replacing Matthew Kennedy in the 83rd minute, he has stuck with a fairly settled line-up in previous weeks and is unlikely to make wholesale changes.
Moore has the option of turning to experienced heads in defender Ian Goodison, 41, and midfielder Andy Robinson, 34, with both relegated to the bench in recent weeks.