Mansfield Town are back in action tonight when League One side Peterborough United visit One Call Stadium (k/o 7.30pm).
The match promises to be a tough test for our side, as The Posh, who are managed by Darren Ferguson, boasts several players with considerable experience.
Nevertheless, boss Paul Cox looks set to field a strong XI, as a team made up of several trialists played in our 1-0 win at Chester last night.
That was our first victory of pre-season, and our opponents also come into this match on the back of a win, having defeated QPR at London Road on Saturday.
Emile Sinclair grabbed the winner in that match, and he looks set to feature tonight along with Tyrone Barnett, Nat Knight-Percival and Kgosi Ntlhe, amongst others.
Supporters can purchase tickets from the Ticket Office up until 7.15pm, after which point there will be no further ticket sales.
Matchday prices are as follows: £12 Adults, £6 Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students & Under 16’s).
Please be aware that under no circumstances will cash be accepted at the turnstile, so supporters MUST purchase a valid match ticket for this fixture.
Furthermore, allocated seating will also be in operation, so supporters are required to sit in the seat that is printed on their match ticket.
Our last meeting with Peterborough United came on Boxing Day 2007.
Michael Boulding’s brace sealed a 2-0 win over Darren Ferguson’s side, though The Posh still went on to win promotion from League Two that season.
For those supporters who are unable to attend tonight’s clash, exclusive full-match commentary will be available on StagsPlayer with Martin Shaw, Nigel Pinnick and Steve Hartshorn.
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