TOWN are aiming to bring down the Galpharm curtain in style with victory for a 15,000-plus crowd on Saturday.
Success in the final home game of the season against Yeovil will clinch a League I play-off slot for Peter Jackson's fired-up side.
It will also guarantee them a final-day shot at automatic promotion, whatever the results elsewhere.
"It's a massive incentive and we want to give our big home crowd plenty to cheer," said Jackson, who has already ruled out a comeback for Andy Holdsworth (groin).
"Yeovil still need points to be certain of staying up and they'll be a tough nut to crack, but we know what's at stake and we are eager not only to make up for the disappointment against Chesterfield but to follow up on last week's great win down at Walsall."
Wingman Danny Schofield is back in training after an Achilles niggle and, apart from Holdsworth who remains under treatment, there are no other injury worries for Jackson, whose Reserves lost 2-0 in the Pontin's League play-offs at Carlisle last night.