VIDEO FLASHBACK: A SEB winner, Ched’s return, a title clincher and Lavery on the scoresheet against 10 man Fleetwood

Chesterfield FC v Fleetwood Town, Kristian Dennis' disallowed goal which led to Fleetwood keeper Chris Neal leaving the pitch after being injured
Chesterfield FC v Fleetwood Town, Kristian Dennis' disallowed goal which led to Fleetwood keeper Chris Neal leaving the pitch after being injured
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It’s just a month side Chesterfield last met Fleetwood, the Cod Army picking up a 1-0 win at the Proact on the night Ched Evans returned following his trial.

The striker was found not guilty of rape and then made a return from injury as a second half substitute.

But it was Northern Ireland international Conor McLaughlin who got the only goal of the game.

Our feature video shows the two sides meeting just over a year ago when Sylvan Ebanks-Blake scored a rare Chesterfield goal to win the game at Highbury Stadium.

At the Proact back in March neither side were able to find the net, but there was one moment of real controversy, Lee Novak booked for diving when he felt certain he was fouled by the Fleetwood keeper.

A year prior to that, Chesterfield were 3-0 winners over Fleetwood Town at the Proact.

Caolan Lavery opened the scoring and Sam Hird bundled in the second.

Antoni Sarcevic was then shown two yellow cards for dissent resulting in a first half sending off.

Sam Morsy’s low shot made it 3-0 before then Fleetwood boss Graham Alexander was sent to the stands.

Going back to 2014 there was this 3-1 win for Chesterfield in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, when the hosts had two goals controversially chalked off.

And perhaps best of all for Spireites fans, there was that 2-1 win that helped Town clinch the League Two title on 3rd May 2014.

Watch as Matty Blair fired the visitors ahead before Sam Hird headed Jay O’Shea’s cross in and Gary Roberts curled a left-foot shot past keeper Chris Maxwell.