The Bees will be looking to secure their first win of the season at Technique Stadium on Tuesday evening (19:45 KO) – travelling to Chesterfield FC in the Vanarama National League.
Nickname: The Spireites
Stadium: Technique Stadium (10,600 capacity)
Manager: James Rowe
Top scorer: Kabongo Tshimanga (3)
Position in table: 3rd
IN: Scott Loach (Barnet FC), Calvin Miller (Harrogate Town), Stefan Payne (Grimsby Town), Jeff King (Halifax Town), Jim Kellermann (Kidderminster), Jamie Grimes (Hereford), Melvin Minter (Harrogate Town), Saidou Khan (Maidstone), Jack Clarke (Aston Villa), Kabongo Tshimanga (Boreham Wood), Joe Rowley (King’s Lynn Town).
OUT: Jonathan Smith (FC United of Manchester), Scott Boden (Boreham Wood), Martin Smith (Hartlepool United), Jim Kellermann (Tamworth, loan), Will Evans (Boreham Wood), Jamie Sharman (Matlock Town), Regan Hutchinson (Guiseley), Tom Whelan (Eastleigh), Luke Rawson (Bradford PA), Jack McKay (Curzon Ashton), Grant Smith (Yeovil Town), Kairo Mitchell (Notts County), Joe Rowley (King’s Lynn Town, loan), Joel Taylor (Notts County), David Buchanan (unassigned), Luke Coddington (unassigned), Milan Butterfield (unassigned), James Montgomery (unassigned), Dylan Wharton (unassigned), Josef Yarney (unassigned).
HEAR FROM HARRY
Harry Kewell: “It will be a difficult game because they are expected to be near the top of the table at the end of the season.
“We are taking a lot of positives from our last game but we know that is going to be a tough test.”
LAST TIME OUT
Barnet FC 1- 1 Eastleigh FC
Vanarama National League
Bees: Sargeant, Thomas, Richards-Everton, Flanagan, Sesay, Widdowson (Beard 78’), Brundle (c), Granville (Payne 59’), Tasdemir (Mason-Clark 55’), Enigbokan-Bloomfield, Mariott. Subs (not used): Oxborough, Nugent.
Dover Athletic 0- 0 Chesterfield FC
Vanarama National League
Chesterfield FC: Starting XI: Loach, Miller, Maguire (Grimes 71’), Gunning, Kerr, Carline, McCourt (Weston 51’), Oyeleke, Mandeville (Khan 78’), Rowe, Tshimanga. Subs (not used): King, Payne.
ONE TO WATCH
Chesterfield’s latest signing began his professional career at League One side MK Dons back in 2014, after coming through the academy with the Club.
After several loans to Aldershot, Thróttur, Yeovil Town, Tshimanga finally found a permanent home at Boston United in 2017, where he spent a season.
A year later he joined Boreham Wood and had a very successful spell, scoring 19 goals before Chesterfield FC snapped him up in the latest transfer window.
The 24-year-old striker has been very clinical in front of goal and already has three goals in five games for the Club.
Referee: Andrew Miller
Assistant Referee: Daniel Jarvis
Assistant Referee: Jamie Cann
Fourth Official: Reece Davies
COME ON YOU BEES!