Scott Lindsey will be happy if he can keep his emotions in check and his phone in his pocket at a sold-out Broadfield Stadium today.

The Crawley Town boss completes a two-match touchline ban as his side face Doncaster Rovers.

Reds won 3-1 at Tranmere while he watched from the main stand on Saturday.

Lindsey expects a tough test today as his side look to strengthen their grip on the final League Two play-off place.

He said: “Tranmere’s main stand is massive and it gives you a really good viewpoint.

“I was in touch with the technical area throughout the game – not loads, might I add.

“I didn’t feel that the performance needed me to be on the phone all the time.

“I was really calm sat up there. I had a little tactics board and my notepad and a coach next to me as well.

“Hopefully I will feel that same calmness.

“The main stand here is not as big as Tranmere’s so I will probably feel a little closer to the pitch, which I hope will keep me calm anyway, and hopefully we see a good spectacle.

“I think when you are in that technical area, you become more of an animal to want to win a game.

“You feel like you are part of it and you want the players to see an energy from you down there.

“Of course, you can’t have that same manner about you when you are sat in the stand.

“You have got to be calm or you will get chucked out!”

A cut-price ticket offer has helped Crawley sell out the stadium but the interest is also down to a great run from their side.

Reds took back 550 unsold tickets from Doncaster and expect a record league attendance.

Lindsey said: “When you get to Easter and you are talking play-offs, you know you have had a good season.

“Let’s hope we are still talking about it after Easter.

“The fans have been fantastic, home and away.

“They have travelled in their numbers, spent a lot of money up and down the country.

“I am grateful for that and so are the players and we feel we have given them something to cheer about.”

Friday (3pm)

Vanarama National league south: Eastbourne Borough v Maidstone, Havant and Waterlooville v Worthing.

Pitching In Isthmian League, premier division: Folkestone v Lewes, Haringey v Hastings.

Isthmian, south-east: Littlehampton v Ramsgate (1pm, 8am pitch inspection).

Saturday (3pm)

Pitching In Isthmian League, premier division: Bognor v Enfield, Cheshunt v Horsham, Whitehawk v Canvey Island.

Isthmian, south-east: Broadbridge Heath v Cray Valley, Erith and Belvedere v Burgess Hill, Herne Bay v East Grinstead, Lancing v Chichester City, Three Bridges v Beckenham.

Southern Combination, premier: AFC Uckfield v Eastbourne Town, AFC Varndeanian v Crawley Down Gatwick, Eastbourne United v Crowborough, Haywards Heath v Loxwood, Horsham YMCA v Hassocks, Little Common v Peacehaven, Midhurst v Steyning, Newhaven v Bexhill, Saltdean v Lingfield, Shoreham v Pagham.