How to watch:
The game is available to stream on the Chesterfield website at a cost of £10. You can purchase the stream via the following link: https://page.inplayer.com/ChesterfieldFC/item.html?id=244753
Chesterfield legend Chris Marples 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 legend Steve Williams joining Alan Wilkinson. A link to the commentary will be posted on our website in the build-up to kick-off.
You can buy your 50/50 tickets for the game at just £1 per ticket. There is no limit to the number of tickets you can buy so why not increase your odds of winning and purchase multiple tickets.
Programmes costing £2 are on sale in the Club Superstore.
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), Brighton & Hove Albion (1998-2000).
Years spent in management – Four
Teams managed – King’s Lynn Town (2017-2018), Grantham Town (2018) and King’s Lynn Town (2018-Present).
Record against Chesterfield as manager – P1 W0 D0 L1
One to Watch: Sonny Carey
What other clubs has he played for? Norwich City Academy (2010-2018) and Wroxham FC (2018-2019).
This Season’s Stats in All Competitions:
Games Played: 41
Yellow Cards: Three
Red Cards: None
Minutes Played: 2,812
Head to Head
The Spireites and the Linnetts have only played each other once before, the game at the Walks just a month ago.
Goals from Nathan Tyson and Tom Whelan turned the game on its head as Chesterfield came away from Norfolk with a 2-1 victory.
The Blues are in mixed form at the moment with two wins, two defeats and a draw in the last five games.
Ian Culverhouse’s side have struggled as of late as they are without a win in their last eight games with two draws and six defeats.
Fraser Kerr will miss the game against King’s Lynn Town after picking up an injury in the game at Woking.
Gavin Gunning was also struggling towards the end of the Woking game and will be ‘assessed’ before the match on Tuesday.
From the dugout:
James Rowe: “We need to make sure we bring the energy. We’re at home and we need to put our home form right.
“Credit to King’s Lynn, they haven’t given up. They’re playing full-bloodily in all the minutes that they are playing.”