Far from heading to Valley Parade with their beach towels, Danny Wilson expects every Spireites player to be on top of his game in West Yorkshire on Sunday lunchtime.
The match kicks-off at 12:30pm at Valley Parade, with tickets off-sale from the Proact but available on the matchday in Bradford - further details here.
Wilson's side finally secured League One safety with a strong win over Bury last time out, but Wilson says that the final game of the season could still play an important role for players teetering on the edges of his plans for 2016/17.
"We've come to an important part of the season to make decisions in and the Bradford game will be a part of that process," he said.
"We're still looking at the players and seeing how they're going to react in front of 15 to 18,000 fans at Bradford. They'll be wanting to win the game and they'll be wanting to finish in fourth position so the second game of their play-off is at home.
"This game with Bradford, if there are any decisions with players, this match could possibly tip the balance for and against them, and they'll know that."
The Bantams sit in fifth spot in the Sky Bet League 1 table and while Wilson expects a tough proposition from Bradford he knows Sunday's hosts will also be anticipating a tough afternoon's work.
"We're going there to win the game and it's important that the team finish on a high with a strong performance again.
"It will be a tough game for us and I'm sure they'll be expecting a tough game from us, we're coming off the back of a good performance and we'll be looking for more of the same."