Harrogate Town boss compliments Chesterfield ahead of Proact clash
Harrogate Town manager Simon Weaver is surprised to see Chesterfield struggling in the National League relegation zone.
The Spireites are fourth bottom of the division but have won four of their last six under caretaker boss John Pemberton.
High-flying Harrogate, who are second in the league and have won their last four in all competitions, are the visitors to the Proact tonight.
Weaver told the Harrogate Advertiser: "I watched their last game and they were very good second half, and you're thinking 'how are they in the bottom four?'
"John Pemberton has done a brilliant job and they've got some big players.
“Nathan Tyson, who is on loan there, he'll be a threat because last time out he scored a hat-trick in 45 minutes.
"We just have to be brave and hopefully dominate possession as much as possible and get on the front foot.”
He added: "It's another big game against another ex-Football League club at a great stadium to visit, and hopefully we can put in a similar performance to last year when we beat them, and hopefully get a similar result.
"We'll be taking a lot of supporters, I would imagine, and we just need to keep the hammer down now."