Next up for the Stags is a trip to Gigg Lane to face League Two newcomers Bury (3pm kick-off). Going to the match? Here's your comprehensive travel guide...
The 94-mile journey should take approximately one hour and 47 minutes by car.
The Shakers play their matches at Gigg Lane, which holds a capacity of 11,840 (all seated). The relevant postcode for the ground is BL9 9HN.
There is no parking at the ground. The nearby Phoenix House (BL9 9HN) offers some parking at £5 per car. Otherwise, street parking is available, but limited.
The Supporters' Club at the ground, with a £1 entrance fee, allows away supporters in. There are some pubs in the vicinity of the ground, and the closest are the Staff of Life and the Swan and Cemetery. Within the ground, the usual food and drinks are available.
Supporters wishing to purchase tickets for this fixture are required to buy them from the Bury ticket office, due to a rule of the Shakers.
Admission prices are as follows:
Ambulant disabled*: £14
*Carer Free of charge if needed. Relevant documentation must be shown.
Stags’ supporters wishing to purchase tickets can buy them either in advance from the Bury ticket office, or on matchday itself from the ticket office or the turnstiles. There is no price increase for tickets purchased on matchday.
Supporters can also purchase their tickets from Bury’s online ticketing service, which can be found at www.buryfc.co.uk/tickets/online-tickets.
The Stags Supporters Association will be providing family-friendly coach travel to the fixture. The coach will depart One Call Stadium at 10.30am. To book your seat, call the SSA hotline on 07967 689597.
Prices are as follows:
Amber Members: £15
Blue Members: £20