Chesterfield have been asked to show their mean side and display hunger and nastiness as they face what the local newspaper confusingly calls 'The Addics' tomorrow: Time to be mean
Referee Michael Salisbury will have to adjudicate as the tackles fly in. However, the goals could fly in as well as Chesterfield have conceded more goals at home than any other team in League One this season.
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The Addicks are also in with a chance of topping the League One draws league. At the moment they are level pegging with Bradford City on 18 draws, but it's still all to play for.
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Incidentally, with Gemma Arterton's new film getting good reviews, it is worth noting that she remains a devoted Addick.