Gary Bowyer is seeking a reaction from Bradford players after Ollie Palmer’s brace condemned them to their first defeat in nine games with a 2-1 reverse at Crawley.
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Two first-half goals from striker Ollie Palmer condemned promotion-chasing Bradford to their first defeat in nine games as Crawley deservedly clinched a 2-1 win.
Crawley boss John Yems has no fresh injury or suspension concerns for the home clash with Bradford.
New head coach John Yems praised his Crawley side for an improved second-half performance after his tenure began with two goalless draws.
Goalkeeper Scott Brown made a series of fine second-half saves to deny Crawley a first win under new head coach John Yems as Port Vale held them to a goalless draw at the Broadfield Stadium.
Crawley will welcome Tom Dallison back for the home match against Port Vale.
Fleetwood head coach Joey Barton revealed his delight at winning their FA Cup second-round tie at the first attempt after a second-half goal from substitute Paddy Madden gave them a 2-1 victory at Crawley.
Fleetwood clinched a place in the FA Cup third round thanks to substitute Paddy Madden’s second-half winner in a 2-1 win at Crawley.
Crawley have Dannie Bulman and Reece Grego-Cox back in contention for Sunday’s FA Cup visit of Fleetwood.
Crawley head coach Gabriele Cioffi felt his side were denied a certain penalty moments before Dean Moxey hit the only goal for Exeter to sink the Reds at the Broadfield Stadium.
A late goal by skipper Dean Moxey gave Exeter their first league win in three games with a 1-0 Sky Bet League Two success at struggling Crawley.
Crawley are close to full strength for their clash with League Two promotion hopefuls Exeter.
New Morecambe boss Derek Adams is backing his side to improve after a battling point at Crawley took them off the bottom of League Two.
A late strike from Cole Stockton earned a hard-earned point for Morecambe which took them off the bottom of Sky Bet League Two with a 1-1 draw at Crawley.
Crawley will be without the suspended George Francomb for the clash with bottom-placed Morecambe.
Crawley head coach Gabriele Cioffi was full of praise for his side’s strong finish as they halted a run of five successive FA Cup first-round exits with a 4-1 home win over Scunthorpe.
Reece Grego-Cox scored twice as Crawley ended a run of five successive FA Cup first-round exits with a 4-1 home win over League Two rivals Scunthorpe.
Ollie Palmer is a doubt for Crawley’s FA Cup clash with Scunthorpe.