Everything you need to know ahead of our trip to Luton Town in Sky Bet League Two...
Manager Adam Murray has no fresh injury worries ahead of this game and could welcome back some players, such as Kieron Freeman, Dimitar Evtimov and Junior Brown, who were ineligble for Tuesday's FA Cup second round replay with Cambridge United.
Our team's last win in Sky Bet League Two was a 1-0 victory over Plymouth Argyle at One Call Stadium - Vadaine Oliver scoring the winner.
The on loan Crewe Alexandra man was also on target last weekend, as Adam Murray's team were held to a 1-1 draw by Cheltenham Town on home soil.
The Stags' last outing was in midweek, when they lost 1-0 to Cambridge United. Their last away match was a 2-2 draw at Cambridge United in the FA Cup, a fortnight ago.
AFC Wimbledon, meanwhile, won 3-2 at York City in their last match, seven days ago. Matt Tubbs scored what proved to be the winner - his 13th goal of the campaign so far.
On home turf, the Dons' last match was a 2-1 defeat to Cambridge United on Saturday 29 November.
The last time we locked horns with AFC Wimbledon was in March 2014. An early goal by Adam Murray gave us a deserved 1-0 win at One Call Stadium.
On our last visit to the Cherry Red Records Stadium, exactly a year ago last weekend, we produced a resilient defensive display to pick up a point in a goalless draw.
AFC Wimbledon's last victory over us was in April 2011 when they came from behind to win 2-1 in South London courtesy of second half goals by Jamie Stuart and Christian Jolley.
Our complete record against AFC Wimbledon is as follows: Played 6, Won 1, Drew 1, Lost 4.
The Football League has appointed Mr Darren Deadman as the referee for this fixture. Mr Deadman is a familiar face to our team, having overseen our away matches at Morecambe and Wycombe Wanderers in 2014. He will be ably assisted by Mr Dan Cook and Mr Richard Hulme. The Fourth Official is Mr Carl Brook.
Supporters will be able to buy tickets on matchday at AFC Wimbledon. We will be housed in the Your Golf Travel Stand (covered standing) and Nongshim Stand (covered seating).
Tickets are priced as follows: SEATING: £20 Adults, £13 Concessions, £9 Under 18s. STANDING: £16 Adults, £10 Concessions, £4 Under 18s.
You can follow us on Twitter, (@MansfieldTownFC), for pre-match build up and minute-by-minute updates on the match.
If you aren’t travelling to the Cherry Red Records Stadium, you can listen to full-match commentary on Stags Player (online) and Mansfield 103.2 (local radio only).
Furthermore, you can also hear full-match commentary in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar, which is open from 12noon.
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