This week's live action in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar begins with one of the highlights of the English football calendar, the Emirates FA Cup Third Round draw.
And for the first time in five years, Stags will be one of the clubs awaiting their third round fate after Sunday's excellent 3-0 win over National League side Guiseley.
The draw will take place at 7.00pm on MONDAY and we will be showing it live in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar on BBC Two and BT Sport.
After the draw's completion, there will be TWO live games for attendees to feast their eyes on.
Slough Town host Rochdale in the final second round tie of the weekend, whilst the Black Country derby between Birmingham City and Wolves takes place at 7.45pm in the Championship.
Onto TUESDAY and the final round of Champions League group stage matches begin! Manchester United, who need just a point to secure top spot in Group A, host CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford. The match will kick-off at 7.45pm as Jose Mourinho's men aim to secure a potentially easier tie in the next round.
Meanwhile, English champions Chelsea host Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge, also kicking off at 7.45pm. The Blues have already booked their place in the next round, but need a victory to make sure of top spot with Roma just two points behind.
Then on WEDNESDAY, Liverpool host Spartak Moscow at Anfield as they aim to hold off the Russians' pursuit of a place in the last 16. We'll also be showing already qualified Tottenham Hotspur as they take on APOEL Nicosia at Wembley. Both matches will kick-off at 7.45pm.
The Europa League action gets underway on THURSDAY as Everton and new manager Sam Allardyce take on Apollon Limassol in their final group match, with qualification impossible, at 6.00pm.
Then Arsenal, who have already secured their spot in the next round, complete their Group H fixtures with a home tie against BATE Borisov at 8.05pm.
The weekend's action begins on FRIDAY when Championship promotion chasers Sheffield United and Bristol City face-off at Bramall Lane. Chris Wilder's side sit fourth, whilst Lee Johnson's charges are third in English football's second flight and the mouth-watering tie will kick-off at 7.45pm.
Stags are away to Crawley Town this SATURDAY but there's plenty of live football on the Sandy Pate Sports Bar's HD screens!
The London derby between West Ham and Chelsea kicks off at 12.30pm whilst Newcastle United host Leicester City at 5.30pm.
Also at 5.30pm, Norwich City welcome Sheffield Wednesday to Carrow Road in the Championship.
The Sandy Pate Sports Bar is open every day this week from 12.00pm, whilst they open at 9.00am for breakfast on Saturday.
Food is served every day until 9.00pm, including our delicious TV platter!
The TV Platter contains:
- Cheese & bacon potato skins
- BBQ baby-back ribs
- Garlic bread
- BBQ wings
- Buttered corn on the cob
- King prawns in Filo pastry
- Cheese and salsa nachos
- A selection of dipping sauces
The price for six people is just £23, or upgrade to include a three-litre beer tower with your meal for just £38.
Four people can enjoy the TV Platter for just £15, or £30 with the three-litre beer tower.
The Sandy Pate Sports Bar is located to the rear of the Ian Greaves Stand at One Call Stadium, with ample free parking.
For more information, or to book a table, please call 01623 482 482 (option 2).