The Spireites aim to record their third straight home win when they face high-flying Harrogate Town tonight (7.45pm).
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John Pemberton said in the pre-match press conference that there are no fresh injury worries.
Manager: Simon Weaver
As a player, Weaver enjoyed a career stretching 16 years playing for clubs such as Doncaster Rovers, Lincoln City and Macclesfield Town. The ex-defender hung up his boots in 2012 after three years as Harrogate’s player-manager.
The 41-year-old has been in charge of the North Yorkshire club for 10 years and therefore means he is one of English football’s longest-serving managers.
Weaver took Harrogate into the play-offs in last season’s campaign but fell short of promotion, losing to AFC Fylde.
Harrogate are currently second in the table.
One to watch: Josh Falkingham
Coming up through the ranks at Leeds as a youth player, Falkingham spent 11 years at his hometown club before his switch to St Johnstone.
The central-midfielder spent six years north of the border, returning to England for Darlington in 2016 before his move to Harrogate a year later.
Falkingham shows real quality on the ball and will look to dictate the tempo and direction of the game.
The 29-year-old captains the Harrogate side and will be someone the Spireites will have to keep quiet.
Head to Head:
The two clubs have only ever faced each other three times before.
Chesterfield will be looking for their first victory against Harrogate – the two previous encounters finishing in two defeats and a draw for the Spireites. Chesterfield took the lead in the reverse fixture at Harrogate in November before losing 3-1.
From the dugout:
John Pemberton: "It's going to be a really tough game but I know what the players are capable of doing and I believe we can win. Everybody has got to be at it. If we're at it, it'll be game on."
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