Crawley Town made it five wins from six as they beat promotion hopefuls Accrington Stanley 2-1 this afternoon.

In-form striker Enzio Boldewijn got his side on their way at the Checkatrade Stadium as they continue to charge into the top-half of League Two.

A shaky start was aided by goalkeeper Glenn Morris, who made a couple of crucial saves to keep the game goalless.

And it was Crawley who took the lead in the 15th minute as Boldewijn made it four in six when he fabulously glanced in centre-back Mark Connolly's cross.

Reds began to dominate, and it was Boldewijn's clever wide play which forced the second goal 18 minutes later.

He fizzed a left-footed ball across the Stanley goal, which was deflected past Aaron Chapman.

The visitors, who were third before today's match, found a route back into the game after a freak own goal from Jimmy Smith.

Connolly drilled a clearance against his head, and the ball looped over a helpless Morris in the 56th minute.

Morris was as much a hero as Boldewijn during the second half, producing a number of saves from the high-scoring Sean McConville and Billy Kee.

The win keeps Crawley in 12th place, as they move within five points of the play-offs, and Accrington slip down to fifth.