b2net Stadium, March 18, 7.45pm
FEW would have predicted Chesterfield would have been the ones to take a strangehold of League Two this season.
The disappointing manner in which they missed out on the play offs coupled with the often tricky task of settling into a new stadium suggested another difficult season ahead.
But John Sheridan’s all action attacking football has produced the goods in brilliant style.
And the b2net Stadium has quickly become one of the most feared venues for travelling teams with the Spireites winning 12 of their 18 games there this season.
The title looks certain to be heading there.
JOHN Sheridan faced an uncertain time after failing to reach the play offs with Chesterfield last season. But the decision to stick with the straight laced Mancunian has proved inspired, with the Spireites storming League Two with brilliant attacking football inspired by the former midfield maestro.
The 46-year-old former Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds and Republic of Ireland midfielder previously managed Oldham.