Craig Westcarr (29 mins)
Franck Moussa (47 mins)
Noel Alexandre Mendy (52 mins)
Jordan Bowery (79 mins)
npower League 1
, Apr 9, 2012
Ground: B2net Stadium , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 5,087
Double doubt for Spireites Alex Mendy and Neal Trotman may not recover in time for Chesterfield's must-win home game against npower League One relegation rivals Wycombe.
Centre-half Trotman missed the 3-2 defeat at fellow strugglers Walsall through injury and midfielder Mendy was only fit enough for a role as an unused substitute.
Due to the quick turnaround between the Easter fixtures, both players remain a doubt ahead of Monday's match.
Jimmy Juan was on the bench at the Banks's Stadium after a run of injuries and made a late appearance against the Saddlers.
He may now be pushing for a start along with fellow midfielders Mark Allott and Danny Whitaker as well as strikers Nicky Ajose and Scott Boden. The likes of Derek Niven and Jamie Lowry could also come back into the reckoning.
Defeat to Wycombe would mean an immediate return to League Two for Chesterfield.
Dave Winfield may come back into the reckoning for Wycombe.
Winfield has missed the last three matches with the thigh injury that forced him off during the win at Exeter on March 20.
It is a problem that has been hampering the defender for a while and he will continue to be monitored ahead of the game on Monday, along with winger Joel Grant (ankle).
Manager Gary Waddock has options available should he wish to make changes to his starting line-up.
Chesterfield vs Wycombe
Last modified 17:42 09/04/12
Super Spireites to fight another day Chesterfield avoided relegation for another week at least and dealt a serious blow to Wycombe's survival hopes with a thumping 4-0 home win.
A first-half goal by top scorer Craig Westcarr and strikes from Franck Moussa, Alex Mendy and Jordan Bowery gave Chesterfield their biggest win of the season and ended Wycombe's seven-match unbeaten run.
Chesterfield, who had to win to preserve their npower League One status, had several good chances to score before Westcarr bundled the ball over the line in the 28th minute when the visitors failed to clear a corner.
Wycombe had been strangely subdued for a team fighting to stay up and failed to improve at the start of the second half as Chesterfield wrapped the game up with two goals in five minutes.
Substitute Scott Boden made an instant impact in the 47th minute when he set up Moussa to drive a low shot past Wycombe goalkeeper Nikki Bull from 18 yards and Mendy curled in the third in the 52nd minute.
Bowery completed a miserable day for Wycombe when he thumped in the fourth from the edge of the penalty area 11 minutes from time.
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Substitution||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Rating|
|6||Simon Ford(sub 83)|
|16||Noel Alexandre Mendy|
|9||Craig Westcarr(sub 45)|
|28||Nathan Smith(sub 83)|
|19||Scott Boden(sub 45)|
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Substitution||Rating|
|19||Marvin McCoy(sub 60)|
|27||Anthony Stewart(sub 41)|
|25||Chris Hackett(sub 57)|
|6||Leon Johnson(sub 41)|
|7||Gareth Ainsworth(sub 57)|
|29||Matt McClure(sub 60)|