Crawley Town boss Dermot Drummy will ring the changes for tonight’s trip to Charlton Athletic in the Checkatrade Trophy.

Reds go into the match on the back of a four-game unbeaten run that has seen them climb to fifth in League Two.

A win at The Valley will guarantee Crawley a place in the last 32, as they currently sit top of Southern Group E after a 1-0 home win over Colchester United in their first game in August.

While Drummy recognises the value in the competition, he also sees it as a chance to give an opportunity to players that have recently missed out.

Drummy said: “We are quite short of players at the moment, so players who haven’t been starting will get a run out.

“I told the players to get through to Hartlepool (on Saturday) and I’ll give them a little break after that.

“There is the financial incentive if we win games and if we manage to win a game and get a £10,000 bonus, that’s massive to us. If we get through the group, it’s a bigger financial reward.

“The final is at Wembley and it’s not beyond us to do well in it. Our priorities are one, stability in League Two, and two, can we get in the play-offs?

“If you ask me what the most important thing is, it’s the league.”

Drummy revealed there will definitely be a change in goal for the Charlton game with Mitch Beeney replacing Glenn Morris, who has played in every match in the unbeaten run.

Charlton are currently 18th in League One and will be looking for their first win in nine matches.