The Chesterfield reserve side are back in action tomorrow afternoon as they host Notts County at the Proact Stadium, with FREE entry available for fans.
The game kicks-off at 2pm and is the Spireites' second game in this season's Final Third Development League Cup.
Chesterfield are grouped with Scunthorpe United and Rotherham United as well as the Magpies and will be hoping to build on their victory in the first game in the competition, a 3-1 away win at Scunthorpe.
The Spireites are looking to name a strong team made up of predominantly first team players, with Byron Harrison slated for the starting 11 after returning from a knee injury.
Ahead of the match, assistant manager Brian Carey gave his thoughts ahead of the team's fourth fixture of the season.
He said: "Notts County have a good and large squad so we know we're in for a tough test, but it's one we're looking forward to.
"We've done well in the reserve matches so far and we've treated each game exactly as we would if it was a first team game. We'll be doing the same thing on Tuesday and hope it leads to another good performance."
All supporters are welcome to attend the match, FREE of charge, with the HTM Products Stand (West Stand) open for the match.