Chester made it four games unbeaten with a crucial away win at bottom of the league Nuneaton Borough. The 3-2 victory relegated the Midlands outfit but three more points for the Blues ensured they remain in the hunt for the National League North play offs ahead of Tuesday's crunch match with Stockport.

GRANT SHENTON: The keeper is enjoying a fine run of form at the moment and he made two crucial saves. 7/10

MATTY WATERS: A quiet performance and didn't get forward as much as usual 5

DANNY LIVESEY: A brilliant display from the central defender who scored two vital goals from corners. 8

SIMON GRAND: Didn't have too much to do defensively bit always looked assured. 7

BRADLEY JACKSON: A poor game for the full back who repeatedly gave the ball away although his excellent run in injury time did win the crucial corner 5

SEAN MCALLISTER: His best game in a Chester shirt and was an assured and steady presence in the middle of the park. Great ball to set up Asante for the first goal. 7

GARY ROBERTS: Took control of midfield with McAllister and had a decent game. 7

DAN MOONEY: A typically frustrating performance from the winger who made a number of poor decisions when in good positions. 4

BEN MCKENNA: A brilliant delivery for the crucial corner and ran hard all game. 6

ANTHONY DUDLEY: A really quiet game for the striker and had few chances to score. 5

AKWASI ASANTE: Had a fine first half after scoring early but faded and was substituted. 7


GEORGE WARING: Helped pile on the pressure late on and won some important headers. 6

CRAIG MAHON: Caused panic in the home defence with his direct running and could have won a penalty. 6

GEORGE GREEN: Threw himself into the action and provided a great delivery for the corner which led to the goal. 6