PETER JACKSON is calling on Town's fans to pump up the volume for his young side at the Galpharm tomorrow night (7.45).
Town hope to top the 17,281 who watched them play Bradford and record a season-best attendance for the visit of play-off chasing Sheffield Wednesday.
Jackson is confident Tom Clarke (hip) will be fit to resume on a night when he must find a replacement for his suspended brother Nathan.
And there were no other injury worries from Friday's fine 1-0 win at Hartlepool as Town look for a third straight win and a 109th goal for the club for Andy Booth, to take him to fourth in the all-time list ahead of Les Massie.
"The lads are still all buzzing from Friday night and I'm sure the fans feel the same way," said Jackson today.
"We took well over 700 up to Hartlepool and, considering we are only in mid-table, that was brilliant to see.
"I thought they gave us superb backing up there - those celebrations at the end were just tremendous -and we now need everyone to get right behind the lads tomorrow night.
"It's a great game to be going into on the back of two straight wins, but we know it will be tough so we need our fans to try and drowned out the noise from the sell-out Wednesday following."
That will be guaranteed if Booth, who spent five years with Wednesday, were to score against his former club and move ahead of Massie in the scoring charts.
"It's obviously a special chance for Boothy, but all the lads are determined to do well," added Jackson.
"This is a big derby game and we haven't done as well as we would have hoped against our Yorkshire opposition this season, so this would be a good one to win and redress some of the balance.
"Boothy defended well when he had to at Hartlepool, but they all deserved credit for the way they worked and nobody more so than young Tom Clarke.
"He got a couple of knocks on his hip to force him off, but he was magnificent up until then. At 17, he's an awesome prospect."
Wednesday fought back from two down to draw 2-2 with Torquay at Hillsborough.