Another weekend means another long League Two trip as Stanley hit the road again.
John Coleman’s side travel to the Checkatrade Stadium to take on Crawley Town.
After the last gasp drama of a win over Blackpool last time out, the Reds are far from the Wham Stadium as they look to back that result up with another three points.
The Reds tackle one of League Two’s trademark long trips looking to return from Crawley with a win.
Another good result will keep up their improved form and could keep them in the play-off place that they currently occupy.
Stanley are unbeaten since their last league away game, at Cambridge at the start of the month.
Since, they are unbeaten in three with wins at Chesterfield in the Checkatrade Trophy and at home to Blackpool in the league and drawing at home to Cheltenham.
They sit seventh in League Two ahead of kick off with just a couple of points separating a clutch of teams in the standings.
Captain Seamus Conneely will miss the game through suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season in the win over Blackpool.
A sickness bug in the camp laid a number of players low earlier in the week but Coleman will hope that they will have recovered enough to return to the side.
With a strong squad now assembled a number of senior professionals won’t even make the trip south.
Crawley Town survived a relegation battle last season to take their place in League Two again for the new campaign and have already enjoyed a more promising start.
Some encouraging results and a takeover of the club have seen the Red Devils move into a strong position.
Under Dermot Drummy they sit just outside the play-off places on the same number of points as their visitors.
Dermot Drummy was appointed Head Coach of Crawley Town on a two-year contract in April 2016.
The former Arsenal youth coach helped develop the likes of Jack Wilshere and Cesc Fabregas for the Gunners before moving to Chelsea in 2007.
He delivered the FA Youth Cup to Chelsea for the first time in over 40 years in his first season in charge. He was manager of their under-21 team and regularly led the club’s youngsters in games against the best sides in Europe in the Next Gen series
Terrace – KRL Stand
18 – 21 £12
65+ Senior £12
Family ticket 1 Adult and 1 Child = £15.00
Family ticket 2 Adults and 2 Children = £30.00
Seating – East Stand Away
18 – 21 £14
65+ Senior £14
Family ticket 1 Adult and 1 Child = £17.00
Family ticket 2 Adults and 2 Children = £34.00
Tickets will be available on the away turnstiles at the bottom of the ground and in the ticket office.
Family tickets are only available at the ticket office.
All away fans are welcome at the Redz bar before and after the game.