Recap: Chesterfield lose for first time this season against Woking as Spireites concede two late goals
Chesterfield will return to the top of the National League with a win against Woking tonight (7.45pm KO).
The Spireites will go above leaders Dagenham and Redbridge, who are not in action this evening, if they can collect all three points at the Kingfield Stadium.
Opponents Woking, currently 18th, will be aiming to bounce back from a 3-2 defeat to Eastleigh on Saturday, a match they led 2-0.
Our reporter Liam Norcliffe is at the game and will have all the build-up, team news, updates and reaction.
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Last updated: Wednesday, 29 September, 2021, 11:37
- FT: Woking 3 v 1 Chesterfield
- Saidou Khan scores from inside own half with incredible lob to give Town lead on 12 minutes
- Tahvon Campbell equalises in second-half on 65 minutes and adds second on 87 minutes
- Inih Effiong grabs a third late on
- 3-4-1-2: Loach; Kerr, Gunning, Grimes; King, Weston, Khan, Miller; Mandeville; Payne, Tshimanga. Subs: Carline, Maguire, Whittle, McCourt, Rowe.
- Three changes for Chesterfield as Jamie Grimes, Jeff King and Saidou Khan replace Laurence Maguire, George Carline and Jak McCourt.
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A miserable night as Chesterfield suffer their first defeat of the season.
Wrexham away next up on Tuesday.
Woking assistant manager Ian Dyer said they ‘thoroughly deserved’ their 3-1 win against Chesterfield and that the scoreline was a ‘fair reflection’ of the game.
Chesterfield conceded three times in the second-half at Woking to fall to their first defeat of the season.
The Spireites had a nightmare second-half as they lost 3-1 at Woking on Tuesday night.
James Rowe said the ‘best team won’ as Chesterfield suffered their first defeat of the season at Woking.
It’s all over
FT: Woking 3 v 1 Chesterfield
The hosts score three times in the second-half, including two late on, to turn this one around. Unbeaten run for Spireites comes to an end.
Third goal for Woking: 3-1
Effiong grabs a third. Game over.
Six minutes added.
Goal for Woking: 2-1
Second goal for Woking. Campbell again. 2-1. James Rowe is not happy with a decision which went Woking’s way in the build-up. Three minutes left.
Campbell heads a cross back where it came from and it just goes wide. It looked like it was going in.
Eight minutes remaining
1-1. I would take this now.