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It's deja vu for Crawley boss
Richie Barker felt Crawley did not get what they deserved once again as they were held to a goalless draw at home by Notts County.
Reds created the majority of the chances but were denied by a combination of County goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski, some superb defending, debatable refereeing decisions and the woodwork.
It was Crawley's fourth draw in their last five home games and did little to enhance their faint hopes of reaching the play-offs.
Barker said: "It is another one when we come away thinking we should have won the game. We certainly did enough to win it.
"There was only one team which looked like they were going to win the game and it speaks volumes that a team like Notts County are coming here and shutting up shop.
"I thought we had a good shout for a penalty too. Our physio was over that side of the pitch when it happened (handball against Alan Sheehan) and he said it was a definitely penalty."