Trio set to return for Chesterfield against Bromley
Chesterfield have been handed an injury boost ahead of Saturday’s game against Bromley.
The Spireites have won all three matches so far this season and are yet to concede a goal ahead of hosting the Ravens tomorrow.
Town took all three points against King’s Lynn last time out and that was without Manny Oyeleke and Jeff King, while Fraser Kerr went off lateon with a cut to the head.
But manager James Rowe says all three are available for selection tomorrow.
Speaking at Friday’s pre-match press conference, Rowe said: "Fraser Kerr’s gash has healed sufficiently. He trained yesterday non-contact, today he will be coming into some contact.
"Oyeleke has trained most of the week from Monday, he had his own session on Tuesday and he has joined in yesterday and he is involved today as well.
"King is back as well.”
The return of the trio will mean Rowe has some tough decisions to make for when Andy Woodman’s men arrive at the Technique.
"We have got a good group here, they understand that perhaps if they don’t play or even if they are on the bench they can come straight in from the stands into the team, I have done that since I started here nine months ago so nothing will change there,” the boss added.
"In terms of the team selection tomorrow, we have always got to pick a team we think can win the game, we always go into every game home or away to win it.
"It was really pleasing to get the clean sheet against King’s Lynn and we are going into tomorrow with good momentum.”