So here we are again, another non-league play off campaign to endure in order to try and drag ourselves back into the EFL.
I suppose we could argue that this time, despite having to win three games instead of two, we might actually be in a better place to succeed than we were when Harrogate put us to the sword at Wembley 10 months ago.
The Bromley defeat aside Notts appear to have found form at just the right time. That said, Saturday's opponents have had a mercurial transformation of their own, especially for a club who decided to furlough a small number of players in January this year with newly appointed Manager James Rowe admitting they were not in his plans for the future.
Whatever your thoughts on The Spireites recruitment process Rowe has managed to turn things around for the North Derbyshire club and they will offer stern opposition to Notts in front of an expectant but no doubt nervy home crowd.
A look at the latest form radar suggests, as you would expect, that there is not much to choose between the two teams.