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Crawley v Stockport: Is the game on TV? Kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

All eyes will be on League Two this Monday as automatic promotion-chasing Stockport head to Broadfield Stadium to take on a Crawley side in the hunt for a play-off place themselves.

Crawley v Stockport

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Is Crawley v Stockport on TV?

This blockbuster fixture from League Two is not available to watch on TV in the UK.

Crawley v Stockport kick-off time, date and venue

Crawley v Stockport is set to kick-off at 19:45 on Monday 18th March and the match will take place at Crawley's home ground, Broadfield Stadium.

Crawley v Stockport stats and head-to-head record 

Crawley are one of the form sides in League Two after winning five of their last six matches, a run that has moved them into contention for the play-offs.

Scott Lindsey's side have also won two on the bounce on home soil against Forest Green and Notts County, having only triumphed in one of their six games at Broadfield Stadium prior to that upturn.

Stockport have spent much of the season in the automatic promotion positions, but a run of one win in six has seen the wheels come off slightly in their push for a top-three finish.

The Hatters have not been the best travellers of late, as they have only won two of their previous nine away matches in League Two, most recently drawing at near neighbours Salford.

This will be just the fourth-ever meeting between these two sides with both teams having won once apiece, while the most recent clash at Stockport's Edgeley Park in September finished in an entertaining 3-3 draw.

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Crawley v Stockport head-to-head record (H2H)

Crawley wins

1

Draws

1

Stockport wins

1

Crawley team news

Crawley have no fresh injury concerns to contend with, although captain Ben Gladwin, fellow midfielder Liam Kelly and defender Dion Conroy all remain on the treatment table.

Stockport team news

Defender Akil Wright and midfielders Will Collar and Ryan Croasdale missed Stockport's draw with Salford last time out and remain doubts, as does forward Louie Barry, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since October.

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