Drury returns for Crawley

Andy Drury

Andy Drury

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Andy Drury has shaken off a hamstring injury to return to the Crawley starting line-up for tonight’s game at home to Carlisle.

The return of Drury after two games out is one of three changes from the side which lost 2-1 at Bradford City on Saturday.

Jamie Proctor, who came on to score his sixth goal of the season at Bradford, is also handed a start while Sergio Torres returns in midfield.

Josh Simpson, Mike Jones and Gary Dicker are the three to drop out with only the latter of those on a substitutes’ bench which again includes youngsters Bradley Isaacs and Ryan Richefond.

Carlisle desperately need points to keep their slim hopes of survival alive. A defeat would send them down to League Two.

Carlisle are without strikers Nacho Novo, Lee Miller and Gary Madine, the latter because of curfew restrictions linked to his early prison release.

Crawley: P.Jones; M.Connolly, McFadzean, Walsh, Sadler; Drury, Torres, Bulman, Edwards; Tubbs, Proctor. Subs: Essam, Fallon, Dicker, Monakana, Isaacs, Richeford, Maddison.

Carlisle: Pickford; Symington, Chimbonda, O’Hanlon, Brown, Chantler, Potts, Berrett, Noble, Amoo, Guy. Subs: Meppen-Walters, Robson, Redmond, Byrne, Pearson, Dempsey, Fleming.


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