CHESTERFIELD boss Paul Cook isn’t too sure what to expect from Plymouth this afternoon.
He said: “They change a lot, they played 4-5-1 at Bradford the other night and did quite well. We get good match reports on teams but, and I’m not being critical, we don’t go greatly into detail about the opposition. We concentrate on our own team and trying to make sure we get better.
“We respect Plymouth, another big club in this division with great home support. But we’ll be looking to play well ourselves and if we play well, we’ll win.”
Referring to the standards set in the 4-1 win over Cheltenham, he stressed: “I want to maintain the level we played at on Tuesday night. If we play like that but don’t win, I’ll not have a problem.”
Chesterfield are set to be unchanged after their best performance of the season.
Fit-again Mark Randall will be hoping to get a spot on the bench, but competition is now so strong he may not even be guaranteed a return to the squad.