Chesterfield v Newport preview
Last Updated: 30/04/18 3:39pm
Caretaker boss Ian Evatt expects to have an unchanged squad when he takes charge of relegated Chesterfield for the second time against Newport.
Giles Coke has made progress in his recovery from an Achilles injury but Tuesday's game looks like it will come too soon for him to be involved. The midfielder is hoping to feature at Barnet on the final day of the season.
Evatt left Chris O'Grady out of his squad against Wycombe at the weekend and the striker may be overlooked once more.
Sam Hird and Dylan Mottley-Henry are still ruled out due to injury.
Newport arrive at the Proact Stadium looking to make it three straight wins, and manager Michael Flynn could name an unchanged team for the third successive game.
Scot Bennett has missed the last two fixtures with a foot injury and he will be assessed.
The likes of David Pipe, Paul Hayes and Aaron Collins could come into Flynn's thinking should he make any changes.
Victory would lift Newport into the top 10, having staged an unlikely escape from relegation last season on the final day of the campaign.
The Spireites are unbeaten in their last eight home meetings with Newport in the Football League, although a 1-1 draw in the last such encounter in April 2014 ended a run of seven consecutive home victories against the Exiles in the top four tiers of English football.
Newport have won three of their last four clashes with Chesterfield in the EFL (D1), last losing to them in a third-tier match in October 1986 (3-2).
Chesterfield's loss against Wycombe confirmed the club would finish bottom of the Football League pyramid, with the Spireites picking up just one point from their last seven games (D1 L6).
The Exiles have won three of their last four league games (L1), after just one win in their previous 12.
In fact, a win against Chesterfield will see Newport finish in the top-half of the table for the first time since finishing 9th in 2014-15.