After being relegated from League Two last season, English club Chesterfield have not fared well on their first stint in non-league football since 1921.
The Spireites are currently mired in the relegation zone, fourth-bottom of the National League and without a win in 18 matches.
However, a reason to lift the doom and gloom at the Derbyshire club is the revelation that, as dismal as things might sound, their form is actually historically good.
Well, sort of.
Having crunched their numbers, statistician...