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Andy Woodman brings in changes once more with new signing Alex Mitchell earning a start on his debut. Billy Bingham makes his return from injury to partner Jude Arthurs in central midfield.
Tate Campbell starts from the bench this afternoon after joining on loan from Birmingham City yesterday. Williamson partners Cheek up front with Courtney Duffus dropping to the bench, with Frankie Raymond, James Alabi and Charlie Wakefield making up the substitutes.
The Ravens trained at Hayes Lane on Friday morning, before setting off for Chesterfield. The team are travelling with Club sponsors Anderson Travel, with more updates on the journey to come throughout the weekend.
Last season: Chesterfield 1-2 Bromley
Preview: by John Self
The next five fixtures, including this weekend’s journey up the M1 motorway to play Chesterfield in the first of this season’s Vanarama National League fixtures, are against teams in the top seven places in the League table. Three away from home, and two at Hayes Lane.
Bromley will meet Chesterfield again at Hayes Lane in just ten days’ time for the return fixture which was originally scheduled for 9 January, but postponed due to the virus.
Kick-off this Saturday has been brought forward to 12.30pm, as a mark of respect for the funeral of HRH Duke of Edinburgh.
After the appointment of a new manager towards the end of November when they were lying in 21st position, Chesterfield have risen up the League table. The Spireites have struggling somewhat in the National League since their relegation from the Football League at the end of the 2017-18 season.
They are currently challenging for a play off place in 5th position in the table with 52 points from 31 games completed. Having won 14 of the 22 games under the new manager, they have also kept 14 clean sheets during this time.
Last Saturday Chesterfield came from behind at Kings Lynn Town to win by the odd goal in three; whilst on Tuesday evening they were held at home to a goal less draw by Borehamwood.
On the two visits to their ground, Bromley drew 1-1 on 27th November 2018 when George Porter was the goal scorer, and last season won 2-1 on 7th December 2019 when Ben Williamson and an own goal gave the Hayes Lane side the three points.
As mentioned above, the return fixture is scheduled for Saturday 17th April at Hayes Lane, kick-off 3.00 pm.