Chesterfield's assistant manager admits the amount of goals they've conceded in the last two games is frustrating
The Spireites let in three goals in each of their matches against Eastleigh and Bromley- despite having a decent defensive record overall since John Sheridan's return to the club.
Snodin commented: "You do get frustrated. Before these last two games we've been solid. We've been keeping clean sheets and then you see six goals going in during the last two games. We need to nail something on the head and hopefully get that sorted out for Saturday."
The Spireites' opponents this weekend are Havant and Waterlooville, who sit just five points below the Spireites in the National league. Defeat for Chesterfeild could potentially drag them back into a relegation scrap.
Speaking on the importance of Saturday's trip, Snodin said: "Every game is a big game, especially when you are down there and hopefully we come away with something from Havant on saturday and keep them down there."