Can Cook find ingredients for another win?
CHESTERFIELD boss Paul Cook will be looking to get the better of Mark Yates for a second time this season as Cheltenham visit the Proact Stadium this evening.
Cook's Accrington Stanley side won 3-0 at the Abbey Business Stadium on September 1, inflicting the Robins' first League Two defeat of the campaign.
Cook, who joined Accrington from League of Ireland side Sligo Rovers in February, signed a two-and-half year contract at Chesterfield last month, replacing John Sheridan who was put on gardening leave and then resigned.
The Spireites had made a poor start to their return to League Two after one year in tier three.
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Sheridan had led them to the League Two title in 2010/11 and they won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.
Cook led Accrington to just eight victories in his 33 matches and lost his last four games.
Tommy Wright had been in caretaker charge of the Spireites after Sheridan's exit, but four wins from his 11 games was not been enough to see him given the job permanently.
Cook's reign started with a 1-0 home defeat by Barnet, but they then thrashed Hartlepool United 6-1 at home in the first round of the FA Cup.
A goalless draw at Bradford followed before a 3-2 defeat at Bristol Rovers, but Chesterfield hit back from a goal down to see off Oxford United 2-1 at home on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Tommy Lee returned to the side after two months out.
Midfielder Sam Togwell was a transfer target for Cheltenham in 2008 before switching to Scunthorpe United.
Marc Richards is another Chesterfield player to have been the subject of a bid from Cheltenham.
The frontman joined from Port Vale in the summer.