Harry Kewell has urged Crawley to end the season on a high.

And impressing in front of a bumper crowd would be a great way to start.

Reds expect their biggest home gate for three years when Swindon visit in League Two.

Only terrace tickets remain for the game, such has been the success of the club’s Pay What You Can ticket initiative.

A crowd of close to 5,000 is expected and, though play-off hopes have gone, Kewell expects his team to respond to the occasion.

Reds have gone six games without a win and lost 3-1 at Cambridge on Friday.

Kewell said: “The players have a great opportunity to show what they are about in front of our biggest crowd of the season.

“Every player thrives on a good atmosphere and it should be a very open game.

“Swindon have won 11 away from home this season, which is more than any other team in the division, so I don’t expect they will sit back.

“They need to win to get back into the play-offs and they have a hugely experienced manager in Phil Brown.”

Reds fans were starting to think of the top seven a few weeks ago but their team have lost their way.

Kewell added: “Our recent form has been disappointing.

“We haven’t been consistent enough during the last few games but we are capable of getting it back.

“We don’t want the season to fizzle out.

“There is a lot to play for individually and as a team.

“We want to kick on in the last six games and this gives us the chance to do that.”

Reds won 3-0 at the County Ground in early season, their first success under Kewell’s guidance.

Something similar would be ideal today as they look to showcase their talents.

They have been selling tickets for a minimum £1 with the Pay What You Can scheme backed by sponsors D.Durrant.

Ticket sales were at the 4,200 mark early yesterday.

The attendance should get close to 5,000 which would compare very well with the 4,255 at last season’s Pay What You Can fixture against Hartlepool.

Tickets are on sale from the box office from 10am but only for the terrace with West and East Stands both sold out.

About 1,200 Swindon fans are expected.

Kelly Derham, Crawley’s operations director, said: “We’re delighted with the response so far to Pay What You Can but we are hoping for our biggest crowd for three years.

“Our regular fans give us brilliant support but this is our opportunity to showcase the club to people who might not have been to football at Crawley before.

“We are a family-friendly club and some of the football Harry Kewell and his team have been playing this season has been great to watch.

“We want everyone who comes to enjoy the experience and hopefully decide that they want to watch us on a more regular basis in the future.”

Thomas Verheydt (knee), Josh Doherty (hand) and Billy Clifford (foot) are all ruled out for the hosts.