The moments that made Chesterfield the best side in the National League (since John Sheridan arrived)

They might sit 12th in the table, but John Sheridan has turned Chesterfield into the best side in the National League over the past 15 games.

Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 6:23 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 6:24 pm
John Sheridan has masterminded Town's ascent up the table

The form table since Sheridan's arrival has the Spireites on top, thanks to goal difference. Their 30 points from his 15 matches in charge has only been matched by promotion hopefuls Salford City and Solihull Moors. Here are the moments that made Town the form side in the division.

Will Evans scores twice in a 2-0 win over his former side Aldershot, in Sheridan's first game in charge.
Tom Denton is somehow denied by defenders, but Town pick up a point in a 0-0 draw against Ian Evatt's Barrow

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Scott Boden gets his first goal as a returning Spireite, against his old club Halifax, in Town's 1-0 win
Shwan Jalal celebrates a richly deserved clean sheet after the 1-0 victory at high flying Fylde.
Alex Kiwomya receives the congratulations of his team-mates after scoring to make it 2-0 to Chesterfield at Barnet
The Boden-Denton partnership starting to pay off. Denton heads down, Boden tucks it away in the 3-1 win at Braintree.
Joe Rowley is back with a bang. The teen grabs a late equaliser to give Town a 3-3 draw away at Braintree on a Tuesday night
Chesterfield are drawing with Havant, the only side in the bottom four likely to catch them, when Jerome Binnom-Williams wins a last gap penalty. Boden tucks it home for a 2-1 win.
Another home game, another home win. Dagenham are beaten 2-0 and Boden is on target once again
Town are starting to make it look easy. Denton celebrates his second in the 3-0 win at home to Sutton.
John Sheridan rings the changes for the trip to Dover. In come fringe players, like Joe Anyon, who keeps a clean sheet in the 0-0 draw.
Chesterfield are flattered by the 4-1 scoreline against Maidstone but few at the Proact are grumbling and Sheridan has a two-points-per-game ratio