Paul Cook has described Good Friday’s clash against Exeter City as the biggest game of the season now for his title-chasing Chesterfield side.
Spireites came from behind to beat Hartlepool United last week thanks to strikes from Liam Cooper and Eoin Doyle, a result which propelled them straight back into the League Two title race.
Cook said the players deserved ‘tremendous credit’ for the way they fought back on Saturday and has called upon supporters to turn out in their droves to cheer the Spireites on against Exeter in the penultimate home game of the season.
He said: “Friday’s game at home to Exeter City is now our biggest game of the season.
“There are just four games remaining this season and we need to do everything we can to cross the line as quickly as possible. I would appeal for as many fans as possible to attend the Proact to help us achieve our aim of picking up three points to move a step closer to where we want to be at the end of the season.”
Cook’s Chesterfield travel to Dagenham and Redbrige on Easter Monday.