Tuesday's Bet of the Day: Back Charlton to record a low scoring win over Chesterfield

Top tipster Adam Bate has been in fine form recently and he is looking to extend his winning run by backing Chris Powell's side to beat the lowly Spireites
It is top against bottom in League One when leaders Charlton travel to Chesterfield on Tuesday evening.

The Addicks already look to be promotion certainties, boasting a 10 point advantage over second-placed Sheffield United in what has been a terrific season so far.

A win would extend their unbeaten run to 10 matches and Chris Powell’s men are a 22/23 (1.96) pick to do just that with 188Bet – great value given Charlton’s remarkable record.

Chesterfield currently prop up the division following an abysmal start to their campaign. However, there have been signs of improvement for the Spireites in recent weeks with three wins in six games giving them a real fighting chance of survival.

A shock victory against Charlton would take Chesterfield off the bottom and is available at 28/11 (3.55) with 188Bet. The draw is 9/4 (3.25).

That will be a huge ask against this Charlton side though. They have by far the best record in League One on their travels with 11 away wins this season. While Charlton usually make their class tell in the end, Powell’s side have only led in six of those league games at the interval.

Chesterfield could get to the break on level terms – they have done so in eight of their 15 home matches – and the draw at half-time in available at 20/19 (2.05) with 188Bet.

Indeed, the indications are that this one could well be tighter than the league table suggests. Chesterfield’s last six home games have featured two goals or fewer, while 13 of Charlton’s last 15 league games anywhere have failed to hit the three goal mark.

Under 2.5 goals is the Bet of the Day at 15/16 (1.94) with 188Bet and that’s an industry-best price.

Bet of the Day

Under 2.5 goals at 15/16 (1.94) with 188Bet
Charlton to win at 22/23 (1.96) with 188Bet

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Adam Bate is a professional freelance journalist who specialises in football and betting. He is editor of GhostGoal which can be found here - you can also follow Adam on Twitter