Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Notts County 21/20 to beat Chesterfield in Sundays League Two clash

Tom Dunstan in Betting Tips and News 24 Mar 2018


Competition: League Two

Market: Notts County to beat Chesterfield

Odds: 21/20 @ Bet365

Two sides that are currently enduring battles at both ends of the League Two table, on Sunday afternoon Kevin Nolan’s Notts County side will travel to Chesterfield looking to close the gap on the top two.

For the hosts on Sunday afternoon, Jack Lester’s Chesterfield side now look like their preparing for life outside of the football league next season. After finishing rock bottom of League One last season, Chesterfield have carried on their poor form this year and now find themselves sat 23rd in the table. With just a single point separating them and Barnet sat below them, The Spireites are now chasing down a six-point deficit over League One safety. Boasting the second worst defensive record in the entire league, Lester’s side have now registered just a single clean sheet since December 2017. In Desperate need of points as we reach the business end of the season, it appears Chesterfield will struggle again on Sunday afternoon. With just one win in their last seven outings, the Spireites have also lost four of their last five at the Proact Stadium.

As for League Two high-flyers Notts County, former West Ham and Newcastle midfielder Kevin Nolan has transformed County into this seasons surprise package. After briefly leading the pack earlier in the campaign, Nolan’s side still sit an impressive third in the table and still remain favorites to secure a playoff spot at the very least. Now chasing down a five-point deficit to Luton, County will be desperate to keep up the pace on Sunday. Now unbeaten in their last four appearances, it has been defensively where Notts have shone this year. Conceding just 37 goals in 38 games, Nolan’s side currently hold the best defensive statistics in League Two.

Bet: Notts County to beat Chesterfield in Sundays League Two clash 21/20 @ Bet365>>


Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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