League Two

April 27, 2013

Full-time

Chesterfield

4 - 0

Exeter City

League Two

14:00 +00:00, April 27, 2013

Proact Stadium

Referee: Tony Bates

Lester to start for Spireites

Team Stat Comparison

Chesterfield Exeter City
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 8 10
Points 67 64
Goal Difference 15 1
Goals for * 1.7 1.5
Goals against * 1.0 1.6
Last 5 W-W-L-D-W L-L-D-L-L
Last 5 home W-L-D-D-W L-L-L-W-D
Last 5 away W-W-W-L-W L-D-L-L-D
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Chesterfield | Exeter City

Competition Stats

Chesterfield Exeter City
Goals Marc Richards 12 Jamie Cureton 21
Assists Tendayi Darwikwa 7
Yellows Sam Hird 8 Danny Coles 9
Reds Jack Lester 1 Mark Molesley 1
Squads: Chesterfield | Exeter City

Next Matches

Chesterfield Exeter City
4/21 A: Dagenham & Redbridge 4/21 H: Torquay United
4/27 A: Burton Albion 4/26 H: Scunthorpe United
5/3 H: Fleetwood Town 5/3 A: Hartlepool United

Jack Lester will return to the Chesterfield starting XI against Exeter and captain the side on what will be his last appearance for the club.

However, goalkeeper Tommy Lee will miss the Spireites' final game of the season through injury.

Lester is out of contract in the summer and will not be offered a new deal. The veteran striker, 37, has missed the last two matches with a back complaint but he will play on Saturday and lead the team out.

Other changes to the starting line-up will be necessary as Lee suffered an ankle injury in training this week and Richard Brindley has a hernia problem.

Full-back Brindley was forced off during the first half against Fleetwood last weekend, when Chesterfield's play-off hopes were extinguished despite victory at Highbury.

Richard O'Donnell will be called back into the squad due to Lee's injury while defender Sam Hird, midfielders Alex Henshall, Danny Whitaker and Craig Clay and strikers Scott Boden and Armand Gnanduillet are available for recalls and teenage forward Jonathan Wafula could be included on the bench.

Exeter boss Paul Tisdale will give his fringe players the chance to impress.

The Grecians' play-off hopes were ended by a 1-0 defeat to Cheltenham last weekend which means nothing is riding on this final match of their season.

And the Exeter boss has confirmed he will use this as an opportunity to field some of his younger players to continue their development ahead of next season.

With Steve Tully having used painkilling injections to play through the pain of a broken toe in recent weeks, Aaron Dawson looks set to step in at right-back while Jake Gosling, Jamie Reid and Jordan Moore-Taylor are all pushing for starts.

Anton Rodgers is also likely to be given a chance in the Exeter midfield having only made one appearance since joining the club from Brighton.

Liam Sercombe and Matt Oakley remain out while Tisdale may chose to leave out experienced duo Tommy Doherty and Alan Gow who have not been fully fit in recent weeks due to injury.