Stags make the 434-mile round trip to face Yeovil Town on Tuesday night (28 February, 7.45pm kick-off) and this is your definitive travel guide to the fixture.
Yeovil play their home games at Huish Park, and its capacity is 9,565 with 5,212 seats in total. It was opened in 1990 and cost £3.5 million.
Supporters travelling by car need to follow the M1 to the A42 in Leicestershire, before taking the M5 towards the A358 in Taunton.
Follow that route to the A3088 to Lufton Way via Bunford Lane in Yeovil, where you will reach your destination of Huish Park.
The Stags Supporters’ Association will again be providing family-friendly coach travel to Somerset.
Prices for the trip are as follows:
Amber/junior members: £15
Blue members: £20
The coach will be leaving the One Call Stadium car park at 1.00pm on the day of the game. To book your space on the coach, please call the SSA’s booking hotline on 07967 689597.
The train journey from Mansfield to Yeovil Pen Mill takes almost seven hours, with three changes at Nottingham, Birmingham New Street and Bath Spa.
From there, it’s three miles to the stadium so fans are advised to catch the number 68 bus or use a taxi by calling 01935 426 666.
There’s a large car park at the ground which costs £2, but fans can expect a lengthy wait to get out of the vicinity at the end of the game.
Tickets are on sale from the Mansfield Town ticket office, however supporters will also be able to pay-on-the-day at Huish Park, if they so wish.
Prices for the match are as follows:
Senior (65+): £18
Young adult (16-21): £14
Under 16: £6
Wheelchair user and disabled: £18 (with free carer)
Supporters who wish to purchase their tickets on the day of the game will be subject to a £2 increase. All categories are subject to the increase, apart from under 16s, which will remain at £6.
Tickets can be purchased in person from the Mansfield Town ticket office on Quarry Lane, or over the telephone on 01623 482 482.
Pre-purchased tickets will go OFF SALE at 4.00pm on Monday 27 February.
The Arrow is a popular pub which screens live football and is a ten-minute walk from the ground. It serves good food at decent prices, including ales supplied by a local Yeovil brewery.
The exact distance between One Call Stadium and Huish Park is 214 miles via the M5, which takes approximately three hours and 44 minutes.
Last time we met
Stags secured a brilliant 1-0 victory over Yeovil in the last meeting between the two sides at One Call Stadium in August 2016.
Striker Danny Rose was shown a red card in the eight-minute for a lunge on the Glovers’ Otis Khan.
With Stags being forced to play out over 80 minutes with ten men, they secured a fine 1-0 victory in the 64th minute.
Yeovil goalkeeper Arthur Krysiak parried striker Matt Green’s shot out to Mitch Rose, and as he tried to reclaim it, he brought down the former Stags’ midfielder and the referee pointed straight to the spot.
Green stepped up and hammered the ball straight down the middle to score the only goal of the game.