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PREVIEW | Chesterfield - Yeovil Town

Glovers looking for a second win on the bounce in Derbyshire

9 December 2019

Yeovil Town travel to Chesterfield on Tuesday evening (7:45pm), for the first League meeting outside the Football League.

With ten-man Town returning to winning ways on Saturday after beating Halifax, Tuesday’s rearranged clash offers a chance to climb up to second place with a win.

Hosts Chesterfield have surprised many with their form this season, despite being tipped by many for promotion, they sit in 23rd place, only ahead of bottom-placed Chorley on goal difference.

Darren Sarll will have more players to choose from at the Protact Stadium with the likes of Remeao Hutton and Tom Bradbury returning from suspension.


This will be the first league meeting between the two sides taking place outside the Football League.

Our last trip to the Protact Stadium in September 2017 was an enjoyable one. Goals from Olufela Olomola, Otis Khan and James Bailey were enough for a 2-3 victory, and to take the three points back to Somerset.

The first ever meeting with Chesterfield came in an FA Cup third round clash in 1950, where Yeovil were defeated 3-1 at Chesterfield’s old ground, Saltergate.


Lee Collins (not our captain!) will be the man in the middle on Tuesday night. This will be his second Yeovil game this season having previously taken charge of our trip to Aldershot.

The linesmen will be Adam Ricketts and Harrison Blair with Stacey Pearson acting as the fourth official.


On matchday, minute-by-minute updates will be provided on YTFC's official Twitter account and live matchday centre.

A full match report will follow on at full time. Due to volunteer unavailability, we cannot promise any post-match interviews for this fixture.

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Ticket news

Full Prices are as follows:

Adults - £18

Senior 65+ - £14

17-21, Student & Armed forces (with valid ID) - £11

16 and Under - £1

All prices increase by £1 on the day

Tickets can be purchased in advance from the ticket office or from the club’s online ticketing portal.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Chesterfield 1-2 Yeovil Town

Town claim three points in Derbyshire

10 December 2019

Yeovil Town won for the second National League match in a row as Chesterfield were beaten 2-1 at the Proact Stadium.

First half goals from Myles Hippolyte and Rhys Murphy gave Town a comfortable lead at the break.

The second half offered the hosts hope as Curtis Weston smashed in a volley from distance to give Chesterfield a way back into the game.

But this second half improvement was not enough as the Glovers moved up to second in the National League.

Darren Sarll made one change to the side which beat Halifax Town at Huish Park on Saturday.

With Gold Omotayo suspended, Murphy returned to the fold following the birth of his second child.

Choosing to start with three forwards once again, Sarll would have been hoping for an exciting, attacking performance from his side.

Excitement was what he got too, it would take just 90 seconds for the green and whites to take the lead.

After some great hold up play from Chris Dagnall, the former Bury forward found Hippolyte as the midfielder struck Yeovil into the lead.

It wouldn’t take too long for the lead to be doubled. Just 24 minutes in, Murphy was taken down by Anthony Gerrard, the forward then stepped up and converted from the spot for his fifteenth goal of the season.

Yeovil would continue the push for goals, forcing Chesterfield goalkeeper Luken Coddington into a double save as Courtney Duffus and Hippolyte had efforts saved.

The second half saw the hosts come out looking for a route back into the game.

On 60 minutes, they would have that as Curtis Weston hammered a volley past Stuart Nelson from 20 yards following a corner to give Chesterfield hope.

But as quickly as hopes were raised, they were dashed with goalkeeper Coddington being stretchered off, leaving Chesterfield with ten-men and centre-back Will Evans taking up the role between the sticks.

Despite this, Yeovil did little to test the makeshift goalkeeper, leaving him to largely deal with crosses.

Town would have a penalty shout waved away by the referee as Hippolyte was seemingly tripped inside the box.

Despite Chesterfield enjoying a lot of the ball in the nine minutes of additional time, a goal would not come for the depleted Spireites as Yeovil claimed all three points in Derbyshire.


Chesterfield: Coddington; Tootle (Buchanan), Evans, Gerrard, Hollis, Sheridan; Maguire, Weston, Nepomuceno (McGlashan); Fondop, Boden (Denton).

Bookings: Buchanan.

Subs not used: Jalal,Shaw.


Yeovil Town: Nelson; Skendi, Osho, Williams, Dickinson; Lee, Hippolyte, D’Ath (Tilley); Murphy (Worthington), Dagnall (Bradbury), Duffus.

Bookings: Williams, Murphy, Hippolyte, Lee.

Subs not used: Hutton, Whelan.

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Ticket News

TICKETS | Chesterfield trip tickets now available

Support the Glovers on the road

1 October 2019

Tickets are now on sale for Yeovil’s trip to Chesterfield on Tuesday 29th October (19:45). 

With the Glovers in a rich vein of form, there is no better time to back the green and whites on the road.


Prices are as follows:

Adults - £18

Senior 65+ - £14

17-21, Student & Armed forces (with valid ID) - £11

16 and Under - £7

All prices increase by £1 on the day


Tickets can be purchased in advance from the ticket office or from the club’s online ticketing portal.

We will have tickets on sale until close on Monday 28th October.


Image: Ryan Browne/BPI/Shutterstock

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