A GOOD win for Huddersfield Town away at Chesterfield.
Sheffield Wednesday drew so the win inched Town closer to the Owls in third.
Below are the ratings from Examiner sports reporter Pete Barrow and on page two are the fans' ratings
Busy in the early stages when tested by Alex Mendy, but had a comfortable evening as Town took control 7
Making his 100th appearance for the club as he was restored to the side for injured Calum Woods 7
Was the provider of Town’s second goal as he got forward to good effect and was diligent in defence 7
As ever was a big figure for Town and the skipper had a great deal to do with dulling the Spireites early threat 8
No fuss or frills which is exactly what you want from a central defender, a job well done on the night 7
As usual, was eager to get at the opposition and try to create openings for the two strikers with his skills 7
Steadily grew into the contest and was influential either side of half time when Town flourished in the game 7
Charged with the least glamorous of the midfield roles and went about his business very tidily 7
Equalled Town’s post-war goals in a season record with his 34th of the campaign, which was a clinical strike 8
Very sharp in the manner in which he took his goal and was a danger throughout his 70 minutes on the pitch 7
Busy and dangerous with his trickery and twice unlucky not to get on the scoresheet with cracking efforts 8
Alan Lee (for Novak 70) 7;
Diego Arismendi (for Gudjonsson 78) 6;
Danny Cadamarteri (for Rhodes 88) 6.