Cmd.exe can use wildcards for the cd statement and tccle cannot. This is the reason I continue to use cmd.exe and not tccle. Cmd.exe is free and so is tccle, but tccle cannot use wildcards and cmd exe can. Score one for Microsoft and zero for jpsoft.
IMO the CMD implementation is catastrophically stupid. (And it also won't work at all if you also have a file that matches the wildcard spec.) Since Microsoft does not document wildcards in CMD's CD, I'm inclined to write it off as a bug and not a feature.
However, TCC/LE has *always* supported wildcards in CD, just not the blind "maybe I'll change to a random matching directory and maybe I won't" behavior of CMD. Try:
Typing CD, some leading directory name character, and then press the F7 key for a popup window or the tab or F9 key for sequential matches on the command line.
Note that the filename completion will include non-directories as well unless you define a custom completion for CD (see "Customizing Filename Completion" in the help).