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Team news for Sunday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash between Chesterfield and Peterborough United at Wembley (kick-off 2pm).

Last Updated: 28/03/14 at 14:59

Drew Talbot: Hoping to feature

Drew Talbot: Hoping to feature

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Drew Talbot will hope to be involved at Wembley when Chesterfield face Peterborough in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.

Talbot has been absent in recent weeks with a stomach problem but returned to the bench as an unused substitute in the midweek win over Morecambe. Spireites boss Paul Cook will check on him but Sunday's showpiece may come just too soon for the right-back.

On-loan Derby striker Mason Bennett is available but midfielder Daniel Kearns, on loan from Posh, is not eligible against his parent club.

Ollie Banks, Sam Hird, Marc Richards, Gary Roberts and Armand Gnanduillet were all on the bench against Morecambe and will hope they are recalled to Cook's starting line-up at Wembley

Peterborough captain Tommy Rowe is expected to be fit for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final against Chesterfield at Wembley on Sunday.

Rowe missed the league defeat to Preston in midweek through injury but he has been pencilled in for a return to training on Friday.

It is likely to be a much-changed Posh team to the one which took to the field at Deepdale as central defenders Jack Baldwin and Ben Nugent and forwards Conor Washington, who was on the bench against the Lilywhites, and Nicky Ajose are all inelgible.

Shaun Brisley, Grant McCann, Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Josh McQuoid and Lloyd Isgrove will hope they are selected to come in and start on what will be Peterborough's first trip to Wembley for 14 years.

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