NO team does Jekyll and Hyde quite as well as Chester at the moment.
When they turn it on they are very promising indeed and look more than a match for anybody, but for some reason it keeps taking 45 minutes for them to get into their stride.
The first half of this game against second-from-bottom Boston was one of the most forgettable periods of football I have ever witnessed.
The visitors may have had the clubs money troubles and the risk of losing 10 points if the club goes into administration on their minds, but they offered nothing.
High long balls kept them in the Chester half for long periods but the home side always regained possession well.
But as in most recent matches Chester going forward in the first half was sometimes disjointed.
Both Jon Walters and Gregg Blundell made good runs but were not given the ball and the meagre 1,527 Tuesday night crowd - Chester's lowest home league attendance since they returned from the Conference - were preparing to see out a 0-0 draw.
But, as usual, Chester came out for the second half on fire. Whatever Wright tells them at half time he should adapt for before kick-off because in the second period Chester played Boston off the park.
A poor Pilgrims clearance in the 50th minute allowed Gregg Blundell to fire a Blunderbuss of a volley past the despairing Andy Marriott.
Chester had the measure of their opponents now and it showed when Blundell back-heeled into the path of Walters who beat two men before firing a decent shot which he pulled wide.
Boston's 51 fans thought they had equalised in the 62nd minute but Anthony Elding's goal was ruled offside.
Two minutes later Walters skipped into the box and was brought down for a penalty by Ian Miller.
On recent form only one man was going to take the spot-kick. Cue Blundell to fire his second and set Chester to cruise control.
Then Walters joined the party as he picked up the ball on the left wing. He cut inside and surprised everyone by launching a 35-yard rocket into the bottom corner of the net.
Blundell could have had a hat-trick in the 81st minute when Steven Vaughan played Walters in to cross from deep but he got underneath the ball and the chance went.
Lee Canoville came on for the Pilgrims just after the chance to replace Richie Ryan but the game was lost for Boston.
A free kick for Boston a minute from full time allowed Blundell to come off to be replaced by Bennett and referee Clive Oliver - who booked no-one and had a generally good game - allowed play to restart as Chester were still re-organising and the halfway line free-kick was slotted home by Dany N'Guessan.
Vaughan, who had been unwell prior to the game, was swapped for Ryan Semple in injury time.