Crawley’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Bournemouth and their League Two game against Walsall have been rearranged.

That is after their game against Stevenage, on Tuesday was postponed due to an outbreak of Covid-19 within the Reds squad.

Crawley will now play AFC Bournemouth on Tuesday, January 26 live on BT Sport Extra 3, while the Walsall game has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, March 16, with both ties kicking off at 19:00 respectively.

In a statement The FA said: “Crawley's fixture against AFC Bournemouth in the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round has been re-scheduled following a decision by The FA’s Professional Game Board.

“Crawley informed The FA that there have been a significant number of positive COVID-19 cases at the club and a number of further players are self-isolating.

"The FA requested and considered further information regarding their ability to fulfil the fixture, which included discussions with The FA’s COVID-19 Medical Officer for the Emirates FA Cup and details of the medical advice that the club has received, which was used by the Professional Game Board to make its decision.

“The FA would like to thank the EFL, Crawley, AFC Bournemouth, Walsall and BT Sport for helping to make the rescheduling of this fixture possible."