Crawley v Coventry preview
Last Updated: 13/04/18 10:15pm
Crawley boss Harry Kewell has no fresh injury concerns as he bids to keep his side's slim play-off hopes alive against Coventry this weekend.
Both Josh Doherty and Thomas Verheydt returned from the sidelines in last weekend's 2-1 victory over Port Vale and the Australian should have the pair available once more as the Reds look to close the eight point gap between themselves and the top seven.
Coventry boss Mark Robins will have a full set of defenders available for selection this weekend after Jordan Willis declared himself fit earlier this week.
Willis declared himself fit and raring to go after recovering from an ankle injury and coming through 75 minutes in the Under-23s on Monday and will be looking to help the visitors recover from back-to-back defeats.
The Sky Blues have the chance to put themselves firmly in with a shout of making the League Two play-offs, though defeat will alert both Mansfield and Swindon who are both just a point outside the top seven.
Crawley are winless in their last four EFL matches against Coventry (D3 L1), having won the previous two.
Coventry's only away EFL victory over Crawley came the last time they travelled to the Broadfield Stadium, winning 2-1 back in May 2015 on the final day of the season, having lost each of their previous two matches at Crawley.
Crawley ended a run of seven League Two matches without a victory last time out with a 2-1 away win against Port Vale, however the Red Devils are winless in their last four on home soil (D2 L2).
The Sky Blues are without a victory in their last three League Two matches (D1 L2), conceding nine goals during this period including a 2-6 home defeat to Yeovil.
Marc McNulty has been directly involved in 19 goals in his last 20 League Two appearances for Coventry (14 goals, five assists).