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Preview: Bristol Rovers v Stags

10 February 2022

The Stags face Bristol Rovers on the road this Saturday (12 February) for a Sky Bet League Two clash (3pm). Here’s all you need to know…


Kellan Gordon and George Lapslie will both miss the fixture as they continue rehabilitation on their respective injuries.


The Stags are on a run of ten Sky Bet League Two matches unbeaten.

Mansfield are currently 5th in the league table, three points off the top three.

The weekend’s hosts lost 2-1 in their previous fixture away at Oldham Athletic.

Bristol Rovers sit 14th in Sky Bet League Two.


The last time the Stags met Rovers was in the two sides’ first game of the 21/22 season. Mansfield were 2-1 winners, Oli Hawkins and Danny Johnson were the goalscorers for the Stags on the day.


The referee for the weekend’s match is John Busby. Mr. Busby will be assisted by Mark Pottage and Lee Venamore.


Tickets for the contest are unavailable to purchase online.

Seating tickets have sold out, only standing tickets are available for purchase.

Bristol Rovers tickets can only be purchased by the following:

-Visiting the ticket office in person at One Call Stadium (up until midday on Friday 11 February).

-Calling our ticket office on 01623 482 482 (option 1). 

Standing tickets can also be purchased on the day of the game from the Bristol Rovers ticket office.

Any pre-paid tickets not collected from the Mansfield Town ticket office by 5pm on Friday 11 February will be sent to be collected from the Bristol Rovers ticket office.

The last day the club can post tickets of Tuesday 08 February has now expired.

We have been given six pairs of wheelchair disabled and carer tickets. Ambulant disabled (must be in receipt of DLA or PIP at the higher level or middle rate for mobility) tickets are priced as the below, which includes a free carer’s ticket.

Standing (850 tickets):

Adult: £19

Senior (65+): £15

16-21: £15

Under 16: £10

Under 11: £5


Sandy’s Bar & Kitchen will be serving Full English Breakfasts from 7am.

Our official fans’ club – the Stags Supporters’ Association – are providing family-friendly coach travel to The Memorial Stadium.

The coaches will be departing One Call Stadium at 9am on the day of the match.

The pricing structure for coach travel is as follows:

Amber members: £15

Blue members: £20

Non members: £25

To book a seat please call 07967 689 597.


Unable to make it to the game this weekend?

Commentary of the contest will be provided by Martin Shaw and Dean Foulkes on iFollow Stags. Coverage starts approximately 10 minutes before kick-off.

Buy your audio match pass for just £2.50 here.

Overseas iFollow Stags subscribers can watch the game live for just £10. Purchase your watch live match pass by clicking here.

You can follow all the action from our match away at Bristol Rovers live via our Twitter match updates from here.

The match centre on will also contain Opta-populated updates, and can be accessed here.

A report from the match will be published on the club website following the full-time whistle, and post-match reaction from the dressing room will be available to view on and iFollow Stags.

Follow us across our social media accounts to keep fully updated on all areas of a Stags’ matchday. Click the below links to redirect to the corresponding social media account.

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Match Reports

Report: Bristol Rovers 0-0 Stags

12 February 2022

Mansfield Town extended their unbeaten run in the league to 11 games as the Stags battled to a 0-0 draw with Bristol Rovers at The Memorial Stadium.

A hardworking performance from the Stags ensured the fine unbeaten run remained intact.  

Mansfield have now recorded three clean sheets from the last four matches.  

Manager Nigel Clough named three changes to the side that defeated Colchester United 2-1 at home in midweek. 

Former Bristol Rovers man, Ollie Clarke, captained the Stags at The Memorial Stadium. George Maris was named on the bench. 

New loan signing Matty Longstaff made his highly-anticipated Mansfield debut, replacing Ryan Stirk in the line-up. Goalscorer against Colchester, Jordan Bowery, was also brought into the side, in place of defender Stephen McLaughlin. 

Mansfield demonstrated their intent immediately from the kick-off as Rhys Oates dribbled the ball from the centre circle into the Rovers box, shrugging off Rovers men only to be tackled at the final hurdle. 

The Stags continued to take up advanced positions in and around the Rovers box in the early stages. Lively midfielder Longstaff worked himself into space outside the area before driving a 30-yard effort into the arms of James Belshaw on ten minutes. 

Mansfield forced another opportunity five minutes later. A weak, headed clearance from a Rovers man fell kindly for Murphy, who was lurking on the edge of the box. The Scotsman’s half-volley was executed with venom as it whipped narrowly over the crossbar. 

The following 15 minute period became a battle between the two sides, largely in midfield as Mansfield showed impressive grit in slippery and windy conditions to maintain their positive play. 

Having worked the ball into a wide area well, Akins skipped clear of his marker on 42 minutes to whip a tempting delivery into the box. Clarke’s late run into the area coincided with the cross but the skipper’s glancing header skidded wide. 

Despite a limited amount of goalmouth action, Stags controlled the first half of play in testing conditions. 

In the second period, Stags did well to withstand Rovers’ early pressure and deny them a clear-cut opportunity at goal. 

Longstaff helped Mansfield to progress up the field following a broken-down Rovers attack on the hour mark. The loanee’s tempting delivery into the box picked out Clarke who saw his headed effort saved. 

Two minutes later, Rovers’ left-back Nick Anderton skidded a low driven shot at goal before John-Joe O’Toole heroically averted the danger with a strong block in front of goal.  

The Stags’ defender was in amongst the action again just a minute later as Aaron Collins was adjudged to have dived inside the box after the two came together. The Bristol Rovers number 10 was shown a yellow card by referee John Busby. 

Soon enough Mansfield were up the other end of the pitch in search of an opener. Longstaff’s ball into Oates was collected by the striker, who drove into the box before Connor Taylor made a late sliding challenge as the Stags’ number 18 pulled the trigger. Oates though was injured in the altercation and he was replaced by fellow striker Danny Johnson. 

The visitors continued to work the ball around the host’s box however, Rovers’ packed defence made space in front of goal limited.  

Mansfield’s hard work earned them an important Sky Bet League Two point and a third clean sheet in four matches. 

Stags head into their next league fixture at play-off hopefuls Newport County next week, 11 games unbeaten. 


BRISTOL ROVERS XI: Belshaw, Connolly, Finley, Collins, Nicholson, Anderson, Coutts, Anderton, Taylor, Anderson (Saunders 88’), Hoole 

UNUSED SUBS: Jaakkola, Thomas, Martinez, Spence, Harries, Whelan 


STAGS XI: Bishop, Hewitt, O’Toole, Hawkins, Bowery, Longstaff, Clarke, Quinn (Maris 64’), Murphy (Stirk 90’), Oates (Johnson 71’), Akins 

UNUSED SUBS: Stech, Rawson, Wallace, Law 

REFEREE: John Busby 

ATTENDANCE: 7,707 (689 away) 

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