Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Crawley V Bristol Rovers The FA Cup Second Round- Preview 8 Jan 2014

Match Preview: On Wednesday, 8 January 2014,There Is One of the important match Crawley V Bristol Rovers of The FA Cup Second Round Live High Quality Streaming,Crawley V Bristol Rovers streaming is available here Crawley V Bristol Rovers Live Stream online video The FA Cup Second Round Video Free The match will take plcae at Stadium 1/08/14 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Crawley V Bristol Rovers Live Stream Crawley V Bristol Rovers ,Crawley V Bristol Rovers  online free, Crawley V Bristol Rovers Live High Quality Streaming video, Crawley V Bristol Rovers at Stadium Wednesday, 8 January 2014, kick-off 19:45 (GMT). Crawley forward Billy Clarke serves the second game of his three-match suspension while midfielder Dannie Bulman (fractured cheekbone) is out.New loan signing Matt Tubbs is cup-tied, having played for Rotherham earlier in the competition.Loanee striker Chris Beardsley is available after his deal with Bristol Rovers was extended until the end of the season.
Ryan Brunt has been ruled out for another two months with a knee injury.
The two sides, who drew 0-0 in the initial tie on 7 December, will look to settle their second round replay for the third time.
The first attempt on 18 December was abandoned midway through the second half because of a waterlogged pitch, and the fixture was re-arranged for Saturday, 4 January.
However the match was postponed when the pitch at the Stadium failed an inspection.
The winners of this tie will face a trip to Championship club Birmingham City in the third round on Wednesday, 15 January.
The eventual winners of that match will welcome Premier League side Swansea, who knocked out Manchester United, in the fourth round on the weekend of 25-26 January.
Crawley Town manager John Gregory told BBC Sussex:
"They have been a little bit indifferent. They are a bit hot and cold which is possibly why they are where they are in League Two.
"Whenever the game does go ahead they will be fired up and have nothing to lose.
"The draw has pitched the winner to travel to Birmingham and it is an opportunity to make extra finance as well.
"Maybe me and John Ward should have a penalty shoot-out in the car park to get it sorted and find out who the winner is. I'd back myself on that one."
After falling two goals behind on Saturday, defender James Hurst was withdrawn early as Gregory opted to alter his system with his fantastic replacement, Andy Drury, will probably be hoping to did enough to earn a recall for the starting XI.
Mark McChrystal isn't likely to return to action for Bristol Rovers. The centre-back rejoined his team-mates for training on Monday morning having endured tendinitis as part of his knee but this cup clash looks to possess come too soon for the 29-year-old.
Long-term injury absentees Jim Paterson and Danny Woodards may also be back in full training but the pair need some matches under their belt before being considered for first-team action.

Defender Garry Kenneth left the club my mutual consent on Tuesday and definately will therefore also not be involved, although he was unlikely to feature.
Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Morecambe was Rovers' first reduction in 10 and they will head to Crawley as underdogs despite drawing 0-0 within the original tie.
John Gregory should go in search of his first win in control of Crawley after they host Bristol Rovers within their FA Cup second-round replay at the Broadfield Stadium. 

Competition: The FA Cup Second Round      
Crawley V Bristol Rovers           
Date: Wednesday, 8 January 2014
Kickoff: 19:45 GMT
Venue: Stadium     
Live/Repeat: Live

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