Crawley Town manager Mark Yates wants to put on a good show for the fans at Saturday’s home game against Carlisle United.
However remembering Reds’ 3-1 away defeat in November, he knows it is certainly going to be a difficult task.
Yates said: “We know they are a good side. When we went there they bullied us all over the park.
“We expect it to be a really tough game for us.”
Yates wants a response from their 2-1 defeat at champions Northampton and to put an end to their five-game losing run.
He said: “We’ll go in a positive frame of mind and we want to entertain the supporters.”
Gavin Tomlin is expected to be in contention for selection having recovered from a hamstring injury.
Yates said: “Gavin’s got a chance. His fitness will be assessed and he could come into the squad.”
However Adam Bond will be ruled out for the rest of the season as he begins a three-match ban following his sending-off at Northampton.
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