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McFadzean gets nod ahead of Walsh for Crawley
Joe Walsh drops out of the Crawley side for today's clash with Rotherham United at Broadfield Stadium.
The defender scored twice in the 3-3 draw at Tranmere Rovers last weekend but replaced by Kyle McFadzean in the centre of defence.
Manager Richie Barker had suggested earlier in the week that Walsh may have been psychologically affected by playing in Wales under-21s' 5-1 defeat to Finland on Wednesday night.
McFadzean, who played in the opening two matches of the season but was on the bench for the game at Tranmere, partners Mark Connolly as the only change to the Reds side.
The visit of Rotherham brings former Reds boss Steve Evans back to the Broadfield Stadum for the first time since he walked out to take over at the Millers 18 months ago.
The Rotherham side also includes two former Crawley players in Scott Shearer and Matt Tubbs with another, Claude Davis, on the bench.
Crawley (4-4-2): P Jones; Hurst, McFadzean, Connolly, Sadler; Adams, Simpson, M Jones, Drury; Clarke, Proctor: Subs: Maddison, Walsh, Essam, Torres, Bulman, Alexander, Rooney.
Rotherham (4-4-2): Shearer; Bradley, Morgan, Arnason, Skarz; Agard, Frecklington, O'Connor, Pringle; Revell, Tubbs. Subs: Brindley, Davis, Worrall, Milsom, Nardiello, Collin, Tidser.
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