The curtain falls on the 2015/16 season for Chesterfield on Sunday, when they visit Bradford City.
Chesterfield have won just two of their last 10 outings against the Bantams, from whom they signed skipper Gary Liddle in February.
Back in December when the two sides last met, Tony McMahon’s second-half strike saw Bradford City win 1-0.
Games between the two have been typically tight affairs over the last six years, with four 1-0 scorelines and four draws.
Earlier in the 2014/15 season Bradford had claimed their own 1-0 victory, 10-man Chesterfield losing out to a Billy Clarke wonder goal shortly after the game’s most influential player, Sam Morsy, had been dismissed.
One man who will have fond memories of the game between the sides of 28th August 2004 is Jamal Campbell-Ryce.