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Chesterfield vs Maidenhead United live stream details confirmed

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The match will be streamed live on Saturday - here's how to watch it
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Josh Coley. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

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Maidenhead United fans eagerly awaiting the Magpies next outing in the Vanarama National League can now purchase live stream passes for the trip to Chesterfield on Saturday.

The Berkshire side are enjoying a four match winning run in the league after losing the opening three matches with confidence surely high ahead of the long trip north.

The match, which kicks off at 3pm, will be broadcast live on the Chesterfield website priced at £10, stream passes can be purchased here.

As well as Maidenhead’s fixture, Berkshire football fans looking to back a local club at the weekend will be able to watch Hungerford Town at home to Dulwich Hamlet and Reading FC Women away to Everton in the FA WSL – both those fixtures are available for free.

Details are yet to be confirmed for any broadcast of Billericay Town vs Slough Town but there will no doubt at least be live commentary through Rebels Radio here.

Full details of all live streamed matches over the next month will be regularly updated on this link with Aldershot Town vs Maidenhead and Slough Town vs Hungerford Town among the highlights to come.

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