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Chesterfield 0 Colchester United 0: Carl Marston’s Player Ratings

PUBLISHED: 06:09 31 December 2017

Kyel Reid is impeded by Chesterfield skipper Robbie Weir during yesterday's 0-0 draw at Chesterfield. Picture: PAGEPIX

Kyel Reid is impeded by Chesterfield skipper Robbie Weir during yesterday's 0-0 draw at Chesterfield. Picture: PAGEPIX

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Carl Marston’s U’s Player Ratings following yesterday afternoon’s 0-0 away draw at Chesterfield. The U’s have lost just two of their last 16 fixtures.

Sam Walker 7

Second successive clean-sheet

Ryan Jackson 7

Got forward well early on

Tom Eastman 8

Powerhouse at the back

Frankie Kent 8

Superb blocks, strong in the air

Kane Vincent-Young 6

Error-ridden afternoon

Brandon Comley 6

A little below his best

Tom Lapslie 7

Captain relished the battle

Kyel Reid 6

Frustrated for large parts

Drey Wright 6

Final ball let him down

Mikael Mandron 6

No clear sight of goal

Sammie Szmodics 6

Missed good eary chance

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Ipswich Town 2

Luton Town 1

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