Both Chesterfield and Bristol Rovers look to be steering steady ships to mid table finishes this season, the two meet at the proact on Saturday.
Inconsistency has been the word to summarise Chesterfield’s results. They definitely aren’t the sort of team that are easy to bet on. One thing is for sure; they are solid at the back by league 2 standards. Only Gillingham have conceded less goals this season.
Bristol Rovers have won their last 2 scoring 5 goals without reply and add in the fact they have won 3 of their last 6 away they should have good confidence going into this game. A hard game to predict this, it could well be a tight affair.