The Spireites will be looking to extend their unbeaten run in the league to four games when King’s Lynn Town visit the Technique Stadium on Tuesday (7pm).
How to watch:
A reminder that this game is behind-closed-doors – please do not attempt to access the stadium or the car park.
The game is available to stream at a cost of £10. You can purchase the stream via the link: https://page.inplayer.com/ChesterfieldFC/index.html
Spireites legend Drew Talbot will join Steve Yorke on commentary on the Spireites+ live stream.
Commentary on the match will be provided in association with Elastic FM with Spireites legends Sean O’Neill joining Alan Wilkinson. A link to the commentary will be posted on our website and social media channels in the build-up to kick-off.
Manager: Ian Culverhouse
Fact File: Age: 56
Years spent as footballer – 18
Position – Defender
Teams played for – Tottenham Hotspur (1982-1985), Norwich City (1985-1994), Swindon Town (1994-1998), Kingstonian (1998) and Brighton & Hove Albion (1998-2000).
Years spent in management – 12
Teams managed – Colchester United (Assistant) (2008-2009), Norwich City (Assistant) (2009-2012), Aston Villa (Assistant) (2012-2014), King’s Lynn Town (2017-2018), Grantham Town (2018) and King’s Lynn Town (2018-Present).
Record against Chesterfield as manager – P0 W0 D0 L0 – First meeting against the Spireites
One to Watch: Adam Marriott
What other clubs has he played for? Cambridge United (2009-2012), Cambridge City on loan (2012), Bishop’s Stortford on loan (2012), Cambridge City (2012-2014), Stevenage (2012-2014), Lincoln City (2016-2017), Royston Town (2017-2018) and Boston United (2018).
Last Seasons Stats in All Competitions:
Games Played: 37
Yellow Cards: None
Red Cards: None
Minutes Played: 3,316
Head to Head
This is the first meeting between the two clubs.
James Rowe’s side are three games unbeaten with five points from nine. Since the loss away to Solihull Moors, the Spireites have gained a win and two commendable away draws.
King’s Lynn Town also have a win in their last three games. However, they also have losses to Dagenham & Redbridge and Wrexham in that time.
Jak McCourt will be available once more after the midfielder completed his one-match suspension.
Tom Whelan picked up a red card early on against Dagenham & Redbridge and will be unavailable for the next three games. James Rowe confirmed in his pre-match press conference that the Spireites have appealed the red card decision.
From the dugout:
James Rowe: “They have a very experienced coach who knows his stuff. We have to respect every opponent and we won’t be taking King’s Lynn lightly at all.
“We want to start on the front foot and make our home ground count. Hopefully we can push on and get the three points.”