Caretaker boss John Yems insists Crawley can bounce back with victory against Aldershot tonight.

Reds suffered only their second setback in the league since October with Saturday's 2-1 reverse against Aldershot.

It ended a seven-game unbeaten run and left Reds just six points clear of the Conference relegation zone.

Crawley face another tough home game against play-off chasing Burton Albion tonight but Yems is confident they can bounce back.

He said: "We don't need to pull up the players, they are professional enough to pull themselves up.

"You could see at the end against Aldershot that we gave it a go, changed our shape and got at them.

"I've got no problems with the players. You get beaten in football matches sometimes, you don't have a god given right to win matches or play well.

"We have come to the end of the run but now we have to start again and work hard."

Elliot Benyon, on loan from Bristol City, has scored in each of the last three games and joint caretaker manager Ben Judge fears Reds are relying too much on the 19-year-old for goals.

Fellow frontmen Lloyd Blackman and Marcus Richardson have yet to find the net in the league since joining in December and January respectively, while top scorer Scott Rendell has been on target only twice in the last 12 Conference games.

Judge said: "He (Benyon) is always going to score goals. He banged in about ten in ten minutes in training the other day.

"All our forwards give us different qualities. Marcus is there as a target, we don't expect him to score 30 goals a season or have the best technical ability.

"Scott Rendell and Lloyd are workers who get their fair share of goals but it is Elliot we are banking on to score most of our goals and at the moment he is doing it.

"We need to start muscling in with a few more from other positions and from other sources."

Last season's top scorer Daryl Clare returns to the Broadfield Stadium tonight in good form.

The 28-year-old, who netted 11 in 25 apperances before leaving last March, scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Altrincham last Friday to take his tally for the season to 15.

Victory took Albion to within a point of the play-off places but they have been struggling on their travels recently, picking up just one point from their last four away games.

They have injury problems to key players ahead of the game with former Charlton defender Gary Rowett and midfielder Keith Gilroy likely to miss out.

Full-back Aaron Webster and midfielder Paul Carden are also struggling but defender John Brayford is available after suspension.

Reds have midfielder Lee Blackburn back from a three-match ban and are hoping left-back Ronnie Bull will return after an ankle injury forced him to miss his first game since joining in January against Aldershot.