The home team will be coming in as the confident team since their magnificent victory two weeks ago against Northampton.
They fell behind by one goal in the first half, only to come back and level the scores.
The second was the icing on the cake as they ended the match with a perfect penalty goal and really impressed their fans.
However for The Spireites they have since lost their last two matches without any satisfaction whatsoever.
Players for the Trotters will be under the pressure to provide advantage for the team. Josh Vela and Gary Madine have scored 19 goals combined and will be the key players to create some momentum.
For the away team, Kristian Dennis and Ched Evans have scored 16 goals in total and may impose a bigger threat – considering the skillset of Evans and his playing ability.
His freekick levels are not to be underestimated and the Wanderers will be need to be aware of this.
The Whites are currently second on the tables with 12 wins, five losses and three draws.
Chesterfield on the hand are 23rd on the tables with six wins, five losses and nine draws.