Crawley Town v Stevenage postponed amid coronavirus outbreak at Reds

Crawley Town's People's Pension Stadium
Crawley Town are unbeaten in 10 matches in all competitions, beating Premier League club Leeds United to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup

Tuesday's League Two fixture between Crawley Town and Stevenage has been postponed because of a coronavirus outbreak at Crawley.

The Reds are unable to fulfil the fixture because of positive tests and the need for others to self-isolate.

The circumstances surrounding the postponement will now be the subject of an investigation in accordance with English Football League regulations.

A new date for the match will be announced in due course.

In a statement on the club website,external-link Crawley said the club is "continuing to work with the EFL, Football Association and Public Health England to ensure the safety of all players".

A further announcement regarding future fixtures, including Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round tie against Championship club Bournemouth, will be made in due course.

As It Stood

TeamPWDLFAGDPts
1Cambridge24125738231541
2Newport22117432221040
3Carlisle21123632201239
4Forest Green2310853022838
5Salford23107629171237
6Cheltenham2310763223937
7Leyton Orient2311393426836
8Morecambe2210572833-535
9Crawley229763428634
10Exeter2189441271433
11Tranmere229582627-132
12Walsall2471162932-332
13Colchester227962830-230
14Mansfield2361163130129
15Port Vale2485113334-129
16Oldham2384113641-528
17Bolton237792735-828
18Harrogate2275102226-426
19Bradford216692025-524
20Barrow2358103032-223
21Scunthorpe2372142234-1223
22Stevenage214981622-621
23Grimsby2456131940-2121
24Southend2355131535-2020
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