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League two outfit Chesterfield will hope to upset the odds when they take on league one side Peterborough in the final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
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The club are enjoying a stunning season and currently occupy the final promotion place in league two but face a tough task against a Peterborough side 6th in the league one.
Both sides will have played coming in and absent for the game.
Chesterfield defender Drew Talbot looks set to be involved after recovering from stomach problem. The right back was an unused substitute in the midweek win over Morecambe and manager Paul Cook will assess him prior to the game.
Cook will definitely be without on-loan midfielder Daniel Kearns, on loan from Peterborough is not eligible against his parent club however Derby striker Mason Bennett is available.
The former Sligo Rovers manager will also make a decision on Ollie Banks, Sam Hird, Marc Richards, Gary Roberts and Armand Gnanduillet after the quintet were all on the bench midweek.
Peterborough meanwhile expect to have Captain Tommy Rowe fit. The winger missed the league defeat to Preston in midweek through injury but is poised to return at Wembley.
Jack Baldwin, Ben Nugent, Conor Washington and Nicky Ajose are all ineligible while Shaun Brisley, Grant McCann, Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Josh McQuoid and Lloyd Isgrove will all hope they are selected especially with manager Darren Ferguson has admitting that picking his team for the club’s first trip to Wembley in 14 years was extremely hard.
“It was difficult picking the team. It was even hard to pick the substitutes as I’m only allowed five.” Said Ferguson.
“I’ve had to disappoint a few people and that is one of the hardest parts of my job, but I have to do it and I’ve never shied away from it.
“Everyone is fit so there were some tough choices and I also had to keep in mind the players who helped get us to Wembley.”
Since sealing their place in the final, Peterborough have lost five of the 8 games they have played while League two side has also been inconsistent since beating Fleetwood in the Northern Area Final winning three, drawing three and losing three. However they are unbeaten in their last two matches and haven`t conceded a goal either.