Crawley have been told not to melt under pressure ahead of a big night at Broadfield Stadium.

Reds are clinging to the final League Two play-off place after two defeats in a week.

The prepare to host Borrow, the side just above them, this evening (7.45pm).

Scott Lindsey felt his team “shot themselves in the foot” in the home reverse to lowly Colchester on Saturday and will demand they do not throw away months of hard work.

The Crawley boss said: “We have done fantastically well to get where we have got to.

“For us to now melt under a bit of pressure?

“Come on, we are better than that.

“I know these boys, I know they are better than that.

“It is down to me to drive those standards and make sure we are right and ready to go and give the fans something to really enjoy.

“Wouldn’t it be great if we get to April 27 and we have still got weeks left of the season because we are in that play-off posoion.?

“That’s what I want.”