Division Two side Crawley have ex-Brighton goalie Michael Kuipers to thank for their latest clean sheet, and are now in the play-offs by a clear distance and with games in hand.
Do they have what it takes to achieve back-to-back promotions? It certainly looks that way. Two wins and three draws gives them the best form of all the top teams second only to Crewe who are in eight.
Their next matches are away to Bradford, Burton Albion, Barnet, Dagenham & Reds, with the final game against Accrington. But there are home games against Rotherham, Crewe, Wimbledon, Northampton and Hereford. These means they do not have to play any of the teams in the top seven in the run-in to the end of the season.
It looks very bright for the The Reds at the moment. If not champions, then second or third place is entirely achievable.