After defeating Notts County in a bad-tempered 3-0 win last weekend, the Chesterfield youth team head to Nottingham to face in the league Notts County again.
The youth team will welcome Tom Marshall and captain Laurence Maguire back for the match and know that another win to add to their 11-game unbeaten run will keep them top of the table.
Ahead of the game youth team coach Mark Smith sat down to discuss the upcoming fixture and its close proximity to the clubs' last meeting.
"The good thing is in that everything is fresh in the players' minds," said Smith. "They know the players that they've got and we know what to expect.
"We've got a couple back from suspension ourselves which will make us stronger and Notts County won't know about them and we'll go there with a slightly different team.
"We've done a lot of work on where I thought we didn't really tackle the problems they caused us last Saturday, so we've taken a lot from the game and we'll impose our style on the game again.
"They may think they know what to expect, but last Saturday we had three or four players performing under par and I know they can play better, hopefully they will produce more like their usual performance again in this match."