Match preview: Wealdstone (h)

Match preview: Wealdstone (h)

The Spireites continue to hunt for a play-off spot and welcome Wealdstone to the Technique Stadium on Saturday (3pm). Here is our match preview in association with LV BET.

How to watch:

The game is available to stream on the club website at a cost of £10. You can purchase the stream via the following link:

Former Chesterfield star Lee Turnbull will join Steve Yorke on commentary on the Spireites+ live stream.

Audio commentary on the match will be provided in association with Elastic FM. A link to the commentary will be posted on the club website in the build-up to kick-off.

You can buy your 50/50 tickets 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: Stuart Maynard

Fact File: Age: 40

Years spent as footballer – Nine

Position – Midfielder

Teams played for – Wealdstone, St Albans City, Aylesbury United, Enfield Town, Hitchin Town, Dunstable Town, Barton Rovers and Halesowen Town.

Years spent in management – Four

Teams managed – Wealdstone (2021)

Record against Chesterfield as manager – P0     W0     D0     L0 – First meeting against the Spireites

One to Watch: Jacob Mendy

Age: 24

Position: Defender

What other clubs has he played for? Carshalton Athletic (2018-2019).

This Season’s Stats in All Competitions:

Games Played: 42

Goals: Nine

Yellow Cards: Four

Red Cards: None

Minutes Played: 3,672

Head to Head

Chesterfield and Wealdstone have only faced each other once before – a five-goal game back in October.

A brace from Tom Denton wasn’t enough as Wealdstone came away from the game with a 3-2 victory.

Form Guide

The Spireites have won the last two games by a scoreline of 4-1 and are looking to tighten their grip on a play-off spot.

The Stones are in a tough run of form, losing their last eight since a 5-1 win over Barnet on April 5.

Team News

Fraser Kerr will miss the remainder of the season after picking up an injury a week ago against Woking.

The fitness of Gavin Gunning and Curtis Weston will be evaluated before the game as they are both struggling with slight injuries.

From the dugout:

James Rowe: “They are going to play with freedom, that’s for sure. They have run a couple of the top teams very close.

“We can’t take the points for granted. With three games left, we need to make sure that this is a victory and three points.”