How we rated each Chesterfield player in win against Yeovil Town

Tom Denton’s sixth goal of the season secured Chesterfield’s first away win of the campaign against Yeovil Town on Saturday.

Saturday, 31st October 2020, 10:26 pm
The Spireites beat Yeovil Town 1-0 at Huish Park on Saturday.

Here are Liam Norcliffe’s player ratings from the game…

A welcome clean sheet. Didn't have a lot to do apart from a couple of fairly routine saves.
Came in for the suspended Josef Yarney on the right of a back three. Got caught out on the ball in the early stages but grew quickly into the game and was solid after that. Pemberton prased him in his post-match nterview.

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A sloppy start saw him booked after four minutes. After a couple of other nervy moments, he hardly put a foot wrong and was a commanding presence at the back and made some timely interceptions late on.
Excellent. Calm in possession, ventured forward and came close to scoring twice with two headers.
Another promising performance from Butterfield. He played just in front of Town's back three and he did well. He kept things ticking over and took up some good positions.
Had a chance in the first half but shot straight at Yeovil goalkeeper Smith, Worked incredibly hard for the team on the right flank and gave Jamie Sharman some good protection. A proper graft.
Scrapped well in the middle of the park and constantly closed down Yeovil's midfield.
The first half passed him by but you can't fault the amount of running he does. Almost scored in the second half with a header but was denied by a brilliant save. Replaced by Mandeville with 15 minutes to go.
As always, a steady showing. Replaced with 10 minutes to go for Tyler Denton.
A good performance from Tyson who looks to be getting back to the form we saw last season. A real menace up front as he stretched Yeovil's defence with his clever runs down the channels. Replaced by Rawson with just over 20 minutes to go.
Struck the winner on 69 minutes after he cut inside on his right foot and buried the ball down the middle of the net for his sixth goal in six league games.
Set up Denton's winner within a couple of minutes of coming on and did really well overall. Made a big difference for Town.
Replaced Smith with 15 mnutes to go and brought some calmness late on as Yeovil came forward. He kept the ball and drew fouls. A smart cameo performance.
Came on for the last 10 minutes in place of Buchanan.