League Two

November 20, 2012

Full-time

Chesterfield

4 - 1

Cheltenham Town

League Two

19:45 +00:00, November 20, 2012

Proact Stadium

Referee: G Salisbury

Richards ready for Robins

Team Stat Comparison

Chesterfield Cheltenham Town
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 8 5
Points 67 75
Goal Difference 15 7
Goals for * 1.7 1.0
Goals against * 1.0 1.5
Last 5 W-W-L-D-W L-L-D-W-W
Last 5 home W-L-D-D-W L-D-W-W-W
Last 5 away W-W-W-L-W L-W-L-L-D
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Chesterfield | Cheltenham Town

Competition Stats

Chesterfield Cheltenham Town
Goals Marc Richards 12 Shaun Harrad 8
Assists Tendayi Darwikwa 7
Yellows Sam Hird 8 Sido Jombarti 10
Reds Jack Lester 1 Alan Bennett 1
Squads: Chesterfield | Cheltenham Town

Next Matches

Chesterfield Cheltenham Town
4/18 H: Exeter City 4/18 H: Fleetwood Town
4/21 A: Dagenham & Redbridge 4/21 A: Mansfield Town
4/27 A: Burton Albion 4/26 A: Rochdale
5/3 H: Fleetwood Town 5/3 H: Dagenham & Redbridge

Marc Richards is pushing for a place in the Chesterfield starting line-up when Cheltenham visit the Proact Stadium.

Richards made his long-awaited return from a hamstring injury as a 67th-minute substitute during the 2-1 home win over Oxford on Saturday.

Fellow forward Brennan Dickenson is an injury concern though. The teenager, on loan from Brighton, is nursing a foot injury following the game at the weekend.

Midfielder Mark Randall missed out against Oxford with a shin injury and remains a doubt.

Ahead of the visit of promotion-chasing Cheltenham, Spireites boss Paul Cook said: "In my opinion, Cheltenham will go up this season. They have terrific experience at this level.''

Cheltenham boss Mark Yates has no fresh injury worries as his side look to bounce back from Saturday's 4-2 defeat to Rotherham.

Portuguese defender Sido Jombati missed that match after undergoing a double hernia operation and the club has confirmed the 25-year-old is likely to be sidelined for three weeks.

Keith Lowe replaced Jombati at the weekend and the defender, who opened the scoring inside a minute, was singled out by his manager for praise after an otherwise under-par display from his side.

"Keith Lowe was outstanding but apart from that I don't think too many got any positives out of the game and that's disappointing,'' Yates said.

Defeat at The New York Stadium ended a four-game unbeaten run that has lifted the Robins to third place in League Two.