Boasting two games in hand, fourth-placed Chesterfield sit just below third-placed Woking, with both sides positioned comfortably inside the playoff spots.
Chesterfield head into Tuesday's showdown on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Boreham Wood, meaning they have lost each of their previous two National League outings without scoring a goal.
Following a disappointing 3-0 loss to Barnet at the end of January, the Spireites will be eager to get back on track, having set the foundations for a promotion push.
Paul Cook's men enjoyed a run of one defeat in 11 league games between October and January, picking up nine victories during that period, with two four-game winning streaks helping to cement their place in the top seven.
Having displayed their promotion credentials for much of the campaign, Chesterfield will be confident of returning to winning ways on Tuesday, but they will not have it all their own way against Woking.
Indeed, the Cardinals have lost just seven of their 28 National League matches this season, securing 16 wins and five draws in the process, while they also boast one of the best defensive records in the division.
Only three teams have conceded fewer goals than Woking's 27, while only two goalkeepers have kept more clean sheets than Craig Ross's 10, highlighting the team's defensive prowess.
Like Chesterfield, Woking enjoyed an impressive run between October and January, claiming 10 wins in 13 league matches, but they have also endured a difficult period of late, taking a single point from their past two outings.
After drawing 1-1 with Torquay United, Woking lost 1-0 to Eastleigh last time out, so Darren Sarll will be looking for a big response from his players on Tuesday.
Having suffered a setback in his bid to return to full fitness following a knee operation, Chesterfield midfielder Manny Oyeleke will remain sidelined for the foreseeable future.
Padraig Amond will aim to maintain his impressive form in front of goal, having netted seven goals across his previous 14 league appearances.
Chesterfield possible starting lineup:
Covolan; Sheckleford, Palmer, Grimes, Horton; Dobra, Banks, Mandeville, Oldaker, Colclough; Quigley
Woking possible starting lineup:
Ross; Moss, McNerney, Wilkinson, Casey; Browne, Anderson, Ince, Hessenthaler, Kellerman; Amond
We say: Chesterfield 1-1 Woking
This is destined to be a close-fought battle between two teams looking to gain promotion to League Two, so we expect the points to be shared at the Technique Stadium.
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