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Chesterfield have no new injury concerns ahead of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final following their victory over Morecambe on Tuesday night.
Paul Cook made four changes for that clash with Sky Bet League 2 Player of the Year Gary Roberts dropping to the bench due to a slight thigh strain. However, Roberts came on for half an hour and will be in contention.
Danny Kearns, on loan from their Wembley opponents, is ineligible for the Final but Derby County loan striker Mason Bennett is available for selection having made his first start for the Spireites on Tuesday night. Goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin, borrowed from Accrington Stanley, is also eligible.
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson rang the changes in the week, making three changes to his side for their trip to Preston North End.
Tommy Rowe was rested for that Sky Bet League 1 defeat at Deepdale with Ferguson revealing his skipper was suffering from a tight hamstring but is likely to be involved at Wembley.
However, Posh will be without the services of quartet Nicky Ajose, Conor Washington, Jack Baldwin and Ben Nugent who all featured for different clubs earlier in the competition.
Lloyd Isgrove and Josh McQuoid, on loan from Southampton and Bournemouth respectively, are both eligible to play.