Crawley head coach John Yems will not be in the dugout tomorrow night as they host Stevenage at The People’s Pension Stadium (7pm).

That is after he was handed an immediate two-match touchline suspension and £750 fine yesterday following a breach of FA Rule E3.

Yems admitted that his behaviour in trying to enter the match officials’ changing room at the end of their League Two match against Leyton Orient FC earlier this month amounted to improper conduct.

It means that assistant manager Lee Bradbury will be charge in the dugout for the Reds as they take on Stevenage, who are managed by former Albion striker Alex Revell.

Crawley will have to try and get past a former Albion goalkeeper in David Stockdale.

The 2016-17 promotion winner joined Stevenage on an emergency loan from Championship side Wycombe at the start of this month.

The 35-year-old has started their last four games and in the process kept one clean sheet.

Former Albion and Crawley midfielder or defender Romain Vincelot is also in the Stevenage squad.