CHESTERFIELD will face a massive challenge tomorrow to keep Andy Booth and Luke Beckett quiet.
That's the confident prediction of manager Peter Jackson as he hunts a third straight League I win to keep Town on the up (3.00).
Jackson may have missed out on a strike signing this week, but he's happy his own version of B&B will book in for three points.
"If you are a visiting player or manager and you see Booth and Beckett on the teamsheet, you know you're in for a tough game," said Jackson, who was today set to make a decision on Hungarian centre-back trailist Zoltan Liptak.
"They played excellently together in our win at Bournemouth and they present a big challenge to the centre-backs who happen to be marking them.
"Both of them will be hungry to do well and for us to win and, if we can pick up maximum points from these next two home games then it will keep our season well alive."
Jackson has added Nathan Clarke and Adnan Ahmed into the senior squad - the former after injury and Ahmed after suspension - and the only players excluded are injured Tom Clarke and transfer-listed Mark Hudson.
"We have to take one game at a time and, for the last few seasons at the Galpharm, Chesterfield have been one of our bogey sides, so we have to put an end to that," added the manager.
"Our home form has started to pick up - particularly the last couple of performances - and we want to keep that going, showing all the character and strength we know we've got.
"Chesterfield are a bit up and down, but they have had some excellent results this season, especially against Premiership sides in the Carling Cup, and we'll need to work hard to get the result.
"The big danger is probably Caleb Folan. There has been a lot of Premiership interest in him and I'm a bit surprised he hasn't moved on, but he has improved vastly over the last two years and he can be a real handful on his day."
Town's home Reserve game against Birmingham next Wednesday is postponed because the Blues are involved in the FA Youth Cup.