The home side, Wednesday, are 8/11 courtesy of Bet365 which would surely reflect difference in divisions as opposed to the quality on the field. Sheff Wednesday have been out of sorts in recent weeks (until the weekend win over Notts County) and tight one-goal wins at home have fallen into defeats.
Chesterfield, with only 1 loss in 10, have certainly been amongst the goals this year; failing to score just once this season, culminating in a 10 goal stalemate last weekend against Crewe. With the higher quality footballers that Sheffield Wednesday can bring to the table and the goalscoring gusto of Chesterfield, perhaps a draw in 90 mins is the best option here; an 11/4 shot with Ladbrokes. However, it wouldn’t be a massive surprise if Chesterfield were to go on a qualify, a 9/4 outcome with Totesport.
Tonight’s other game has Burton Albion pitched at home against Rotherham. The away side, 3rd in League 2, are an enticing 9/5 at Coral to extend their unbeaten run.