‘It’s going to be a really tough game’

Assistant-manager Danny Webb gave his thoughts ahead of the fixture at Wealdstone on Tuesday night.

Speaking to the media, he said: “Wealdstone play some really attractive football and are always so switched on.

“They’re going for it this season. They’re certainly really dangerous and it’s going to be a really tough game.

“We’re not taking them lightly, that’s for sure. They can hurt us, but we focus on ourselves before anything else.”

Webb also touched on Wealdstone’s threats and believes the travelling support will be vital to help the Spireites come away with all three points.

“It’s a different game tomorrow, they pack out their stadium really well and they do what they do well,” he said.

“Their fans will get on top of you and make the game really tough.

“Again, the supporters travelling down to support us tomorrow will be massive for us.

“We need those supporters to travel in numbers again as they always do and really back the lads, if we want to come away with three points, we really need the 12th man.”

The assistant-manager revealed some team news and spoke about the possibility of utilising the squad in the fixture, adding: “I think there’s a good chance we might have to use the squad tomorrow.

“Saturday, I believe was the most ground we’ve covered as a team in any game this season.

“That shows you that the lads literally gave it everything and more.

“We’re so proud of them but it could come into our thinking tomorrow, we need a fit squad and we need a good performance.”