Chesterfield are formidable at the b2net Stadium and they are 17/20 with William Hill to record another home win as they host Oxford.
Chesterfield retained top spot at the weekend with a 2-0 victory at Aldershot and back on home soil, where they have a tremendous record, the Spireites can collect another three points, at the expense of Oxford.
John Sheridan’s charges have won seven out of nine at the b2net Stadium, scoring a massive 28 goals in the process, and although their solitary defeat on their own patch came in their last home game, there’s nothing about the U’s at present that suggests they can emulate Burton’s triumph.
Chris Wilder’s side have lost four in a row, five if you include their FA Cup reverse against Burton and they have managed only one away win this term so Chesterfield at 17/20 (William Hill) have to be fancied to extend Oxford’s dismal run.
Given their attacking ability at home the Spireites should also find the net at least twice (5/6, bet365) and you wouldn’t bet against Craig Davies contributing to the tally; he’s 13/10 at Coral to grab his 13th league goal of the campaign at any stage.
Macclesfield have gone from what looked like potential candidates for relegation to the fringes of the play-offs in a matter of weeks but the layers don’t seem to have cottoned on and subsequently the Silkmen are an eye-catching 13/10 at to see off Cheltenham at Moss Rose. The Robins have won just two of their eight away matches while Gary Simpson’s side have now won four on the spin on their own patch so the formbook points to a home win.
Elsewhere, Rotherham are 10/11 with Betdaq to get the better of hapless Northampton, offer 23/20 for Wycombe to bounce back from the reverse at Port Vale by beating Torquay and Bury are 7/5 (Paddy Power) to improve their already outstanding away record by landing all three points at Lincoln.