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Where: Wembley Stadium.
When: Sunday 30 March, 14.00 GMT.
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It’s the final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy as north winners Chesterfield take on south victors Peterborough United at Wembley Stadium.
This match will be the first time that former Wolverhampton Wanderers team-mates Paul Cook and Darren Ferguson have faced each other as managers, in a competition that the latter won as a player back in 2005.
The Spireites won this tournament in 2012 and are looking to make it two victories in three years, whilst for Peterborough it’s the chance for the first piece of silverware in their history.
Both clubs are challenging for promotion in their respective leagues, with Chesterfield third in League Two whilst the Posh look set for a playoff place in League One.
Cook’s men have no new injury or suspension concerns ahead of the game and even welcome back winger Gary Roberts – who came off the bench during the midweek tie with Morecambe.
As for Peterborough, they are likely to be without captain Tommy Rowe due to a hamstring concern, whilst Nicky Ajose, Conor Washington, Jack Baldwin and Ben Nugent are all cup-tied.
Ferguson can however call upon loanees Lloyd Isgrove and Josh McQuoid, who are both eligible for the tie at Wembley.