Crawley will be looking to Nathan Ferguson and Bez Lubala to maintain their goalscoring form when they host Crewe on Tuesday.
The duo netted a goal apiece in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Scunthorpe, having been left out of the starting XI for the Carabao Cup win against Walsall.
Josh Dacres-Cogley acquitted himself well on his Reds debut, providing both assists and making a strong case for selection against Crewe.
Defender Joe McNerney is yet to feature this season due to a back injury.
Crewe will be without suspended centre-back Olly Lancashire after he was sent off in their 1-0 victory over Walsall.
Manager David Artell has indicated that he may turn to Nicky Hunt to fill the gap left by Lancashire, with the right-back having just returned to fitness after injury.
Billy Sass-Davies could also be a contender to assume the role.
Sass-Davies came off the bench during the Carabao Cup win at Middlesbrough – a fixture for which Artell shuffled his squad – and made two Sky Bet League Two appearances last season.