Chesterfield's assistant manager Glynn Snodin says better game management is needed from the players, after the Spireites let their opponents Eastleigh come from behind to beat them 3-2 at the Proact on Saturday.
Snodin said: "We don't fear anybody. It's just about us managing the game. It's hard to put your finger on it. When we go in front we usually hang onto leads.
"It's crazy, the goals we gave away on Saturday, especially the third one. We've got a throw-in in the last third and there's little things like that, that frustrate you but those little things are big things and it ends up losing you the points."
The Spireites have a chance to bounce back when they travel to Bromley tomorrow. Chesterfield have won 4 out of their last 5 away from home , while their opponents have lost their last three games in a row.
On Tuesday's fixture, Snodin said: "We just concentrate on us. We do look at the form guide, the last six games and we have seen that they have had a bit of a bad run but we've got to do what we've got to do.
"It's important they take on board what they have been doing and hopefully keep it going."