The Blues are on the hunt for their first win of 2023 following a succession of draws when Peterborough Sports visit the Deva this weekend.
Last Saturday’s excellent fightback at home to Curzon saw Calum McIntyre’s side extend their unbeaten run to an impressive 15 in the league, however it is now four draws on the bounce, and the Manager will be eager to start turning one point into three yet again.
The Blues boss has bolstered his squad this week with midfielder Rhys Hughes arriving on loan from Tranmere Rovers. Key man and skipper Declan Weeks will return this weekend after serving a one-match ban.
Eight points separates the sixth placed Seals from the 11th placed Sports. The Turbines last three league games have all finished 2-1, winning one of them and losing the other two, most recently at new league leaders King’s Lynn Town.
Jimmy Dean’s men also come into this game as the only side to win against Chester at home this season – a 3-2 victory at The Bee Arena back in August.
Kick off on Saturday is 3pm.
THE FORM GUIDE
Chester | 6th in NLN | W11 D11 L4 | F41 A25
Recent League Results
vs AFC Telford (h) | Drew 1-1 | Scorer: Joe Lynch
vs Brackley Town (a) | Drew 1-1 | Scorer: Kurt Willoughby
vs Curzon Ashton (h) | Drew 2-2 | Scorers: Matty Williams, Kurt Willoughby
P’Boro Sports | 11th in NLN | W10 D6 L10 | F34 A34
Recent League Results
vs Kettering Town (h) | Lost 1-2 | Scorer: Dan Lawlor (pen)
vs Southport (h) | Won 2-1 | Scorers: Dion Sembie-Ferris (2)
vs King’s Lynn (a) | Lost 1-2 | Scorer: Own Goal
We’re back at the Deva this weekend, and there’s plenty on offer in and around the Deva!
Read more about What’s On below…
Issue #20 of The Cestrian Programme for 2022/23 is on sale at the game! A digital copy costs just £2 and a printed version is £2.50 plus postage. We have 40-pages of Blues news for you in our matchday programme, including…
- The thoughts of Manager Calum McIntyre
- Interview with Charlie Caton
- Around the league and a focus on the opposition
- …and much, much more!
For those attending the match, we also will have a limited amount of programmes available to buy from the club shop; as well as being available to buy from our programme sellers in and around the stadium.
Free commentary on Seals Live will be available for this match. Tune in below!
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We will also have coverage from the game on our social media channels, including…
- Match Updates on our Twitter page – as well as post match reaction. CLICK HERE
- HT/FT Updates on Facebook and Instagram. CLICK HERE
- A full time match report on ChesterFC.com. CLICK HERE
Kick off is 3pm at the Deva Stadium on Saturday. The postcode for the ground is CH1 4LT.
The quickest and easiest way to buy match tickets is via our online ticketing platform at chesterfc.ktckts.com. Online sales will now be available until kick off and you simply need to present your printed ticket or mobile phone to be scanned at the turnstile.
Which turnstile should I use?
Please make a note of which turnstile you need to use before arriving at the ground. Club officials and volunteers will be on hand outside the stadium to help supporters who need assistance.
We are pleased to confirm all available turnstiles will be in use for the game, including both turnstiles on the Harry McNally Terrace.
The Gary Talbot (East) Stand
1 – Season ticket and matchday tickets (Blocks F-I)
1A – Card payments (Blocks F-I)
2 – Season tickets and matchday tickets (Blocks A-D)
3 – Card payments (Blocks A-D)
Harry McNally (North) Terrace
4 – Season tickets and matchday tickets
5 – Card payments
Swettenham Chemists’ Community (West) Stand
6 – Season tickets, matchday tickets and card payments (Home Fans Only)
7 – Matchday tickets and card payments (Away Fans Only)
The Ticket Office will be open for supporters wishing to pay using cash and collections. Cash will no longer be accepted at the turnstiles.