Crawley Town players have already got a feel for Wembley ahead of their League Two play-off final.

Scott Lindsey’s squad travelled to London after training yesterday.

They had a familiarisation tour to get some of the novelty of going to the national stadium out of their system.

They then headed out for a team dinner together in London.

Crawley are staying in Kensington and will train at Bisham Abbey today.

Reds take on Crewe at Wembley on Sunday (1pm).

Lindsey said: “We will give a chance for the players to have a look at the pitch, the surroundings, the dressing rooms, take some pictures, that sort of thing.

“We wanted game day to be game day and not a day out so it was important we got that out of the way on Friday.

“We will be up quite early (on Sunday).

“It’s an earlier kick-off so our preparation for gameday is slightly different to what it normally is.”

Lindsey was assistant boss at Forest Green when they won promotion from the National League at Wembley seven years ago and will use some details from that game.

He said: “I’ve leaned on my experience about the build-up to what we did at Forest Green.

“I think we got our preparation pretty much spot-on for that game, even though it was a few years ago now.

“I have fed off that about how I see the week, travel arrangements, how I see the night before looking and things like that.

“But the players are going to feel it for themselves.

“They need to go out and experience it for themselves, which they will do.”

Reds have been keeping a close eye on Will Wright and Harry Forster after they went off in the second leg of the semi-final at MK Dons.