The Stags welcome Bradford City to One Call Stadium on Saturday for their latest Sky Bet League Two fixture. Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match…
Mansfield will be without Joe Riley, as the wing-back continues his recovery from an ACL injury suffered in pre-season training.
On midfielder Ollie Clarke, first team coach Jamie McGuire said: “We’re just waiting on the outcome [of Ollie Clarke’s injury]. He was a big miss on Saturday as he was just getting into his game.
“We have other lads who are able to step up and do a job. We’re just waiting to see what happens with Ollie and hopefully we’ll get some positive news.”
The Stags head into Saturday’s game following a goalless draw against Stevenage last time out. Mansfield hit the post in both halves of the affair but could not find the breakthrough goal.
Bradford played in front of the Sky cameras on Monday evening, losing 1-0 to local rivals Harrogate Town at Valley Parade.
We last faced the Bantams in January 2020, a 3-0 Stags’ win at One Call Stadium. Mansfield produced a scintillating performance that afternoon, finding the net via Danny Rose, Nicky Maynard and Andy Cook.
Saturday’s referee will be Paul Howard, assisted by Abbas Khan and Paul Graham. The fourth official will be Trevor Kettle.
This weekend’s clash against the Bantams will be the first Stags’ fixture Mr. Howard has officiated.
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